If you desire to save the shipping costs and are willing to pick up artwork in Northern Utah or
somewhere I may be within these Western States, as I am traveling throughout the
year…Contact me directly by phone or email to order and receive special pricing

(801-710-4008 or bcnature@gmail.com)


Quantity discounts are given…also contact me directly with the information listed above.
Although it may arrive as early as one week…Please allow 3 to 4 weeks to receive an order.
My Limited Edition metal, canvas & photographic paper prints are well-preserved with high
quality, professional printing. All archival materials are used to ensure a lifetime of enjoyment.
Thank You for your interest in my passion for the world that I love so much!!!

Gallery Wrapped Canvas:

Canvas is stretched around a hardwood frame with black sides, top and bottom to provide a clean look upon the wall. Hardwood frames are 1 ¼” in depth for 16”X24” and smaller. A 1 ¾” frame is used for 20”x24” to 24”x36”. A 2 ½” frame is used for 32”x40” to 40”x60”. A slightly glossy clear coat is applied to the canvas for a sealant and protection finish.

Matted and Framed Photographs:

All framed photographic paper prints are done so with a single acid free mat (white or medium brown colors) and UV clear conservation glass. I provide a lifetime guarantee from discoloration or fading with these framed complete artworks. Frames are 3” wide and ¾” in depth. Add 9” to the 8X10 or 8X12 sizes for the mat and frame to receive the total measurement of approximately 17”X20” or 17”X22”. Add approximately 12” to all other sizes to receive their total measurements.

Metal Prints:

Aluminum is the form of metal and a wire has been installed to a mount on the back side for easy hanging. This artwork does not require a frame to provide a clean look upon the wall.

Wildlife Ties:

All ties are of a quality satin polyester material. The white color enhances the images more. The silver allows more neutral tie for darker clothes. The knot averages from 2 to 3” below the top image of the tie.

© 2020 by Brad Carlin

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