Artist Sandra Whyte had me copy and reproduce her latest commission work “Deep In The Shadows” of a Tui in bush setting. This is available as a limited edition giclee canvas art reproduction measuring 22 x 30in or as smaller sized cotton paper art prints. More of her work can be seen here
Artist Ray Fowler from Dargaville contacted me about making a canvas art reproduction of this painting. It’s a commission of the race horse ‘Veyron’ which won the $200,000 Manco Easter Handicap at Ellerslie in April.
The painting was scanned, printed onto canvas then mounted. Ray was very impressed with the print, he’s now having more works of his reproduced. Ray can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please visit the canvas printing page here
Sandra Whyte created this stunning painting of a Kokako living on the island bird sanctuary of Tiritiri Matangi, Auckland, New Zealand. Titled “Still In The Picture”, the painting is the first of a series entitled “Birds on The Brink”. The painting is the view looking towards Auckland from the sanctuary.
Sandra donated the painting and it has been auctioned off to raise funds for research to save these birds from extinction..
Measuring 75 x 45cm the painting was carefully scanned in a sequence of high resolution images. They were joined together, then proof printed to match the colours of the original painting. Detailed canvas and art paper copies faithful to the original have been made and are for sale. More information on Tiritiri Matangi can be found here Sandra Whyte and more of her work can be seen here..
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Emma from Emma Rogers Photography contacted me about getting her work printed onto canvas. She’d been recommended by fellow photographer Louise Panther. Emma specialises in weddings, portraits, maternity, newborn and art photography.
Emma was looking for high quality mounted canvas prints and was very happy with the work we did for her. Emma’s website with further examples of her work can be found at Emma Rogers Photography
Murray from Wellington enquired about having this photo of his daughter enlarged and printed onto canvas. Measuring 5 x 7in standard print, a high resolution scan was made. All minor marks and scratches removed then enlarged to 500 x 770mm and printed onto canvas.
In Murray’s own words:
“The subject is my daughter who was probably six. I took the photo using a very basic camera in the early 1980’s, in Burnham Beeches in England . I had an enlargement done at the time by someone in England advertising a very similar service to yours in the newspaper – I remember mailing it away and being very pleased with the result; and even remember the cost, which was seven pounds.
That original enlargement was then framed and has been on the wall of our home in Lower Hutt for 35 years. It has faded slightly over that time, hence the new enlargement which does an excellent job of restoring the colours of the original.
Darren called in to see me about having a couple of pencil sketches printed onto canvas. Darren runs a business doing architectural drafting. As a side interest Darren has been drawing freehand pencil sketches. He was keen to see these two printed and mounted on canvas.
I scanned in the drawings, resizing and printing them. With the black and white abilities of the Z3100 printer, the sketches came out looking marvelous. The top image of the house will be a gift for Darren’s mother, while the other of the launch will be proudly displayed in Darren’s office.
Welcome to 2011! With a week of work already underway, Photo Enhancements has hit the ground running with more orders to complete and new projects in the works. The season starts this year with discount specials on multiple order prints. We’re also doing one print specials on request. Tell us your requirements and we’ll be only too glad to help.
What a great summer it’s been so far – weather and work wise. December especially was a record month as more artists joined up to get high quality canvas (giclee) reproductions made of their work. Also a big thanks to all the professional and amateur photographers for using my services.
Next year is looking to be a big year. I’ll be taking a well earned break until January 10th, but will take enquiries on Dec 30 and 31. Have a great break!