About the Prints
Prints available for purchase on this website are made by me, Steve Nelson. I don’t outsource this to a third party lab. That’s your assurance that I have examined and approved each one. It also means I print them as orders arrive. I have no inventory or stock room. For this reason, please allow a week before your order is ready to ship.
I print your order using an 8-color professional Epson printer. The stock is heavy weight Epson matte exhibition paper.
Three sizes are offered
I was honored to have an exhibition in Bayside in 2021, for which I made prints somewhat larger than those I had previously offered on this website. I liked the result so much I decided to make this size available for order. You can determine the size that will best suit your home.
- Prints on the largest paper size have outside dimensions of 17×22 inches. With some margin for matting, the image itself measures 13×21 inches.
- Prints on the medium paper size have outside dimensions of 13×19 inches. With some margin for matting, the image size itself measures 10.5×17 inches.
- Prints on the small paper have outside dimensions of 8.5×11 inches. With some margin, the image size itself measures 6.25×10 inches.
The prints are sold un-matted and un-framed, intentionally. Framing is a very personal decision based on room decor. Matting and framing also has a very significant impact on cost, especially shipping.
The larger prints are shipped loosely rolled in a sturdy tube to minimize the risk of damage. I recommend you (or the recipient if this is a gift) unwrap the print promptly upon delivery to allow it to flatten naturally.
At this time, shipping is limited to US zip codes (Alaska and Hawaii included). Shipping within the United States is by United States Postal Service, at a flat rate per order. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing a print but your shipping address is located outside the United States.
I must charge sales tax for orders with a Massachusetts billing address. You will not see the sales tax amount until in the checkout area after you enter your billing address.
I use a service called Stripe for credit card processing. It’s a well-regarded service, keeping your credit card secure and minimizing my own risk because I don’t store any of your financial information on my own site. I only bring this up because not everyone is familiar with Stripe, and seeing “Credit Card (Stripe)” on the check out page could very well be confusing.