I'm currently offering my moth images for purchase in a couple of forms. I make all prints myself, so I can guarantee the highest quality results. In the case of the lithographed posters, notecards, and postcards, I worked with a local printer noted for their high quality printing.Items currently in stock in my Etsy store
Fine Art Prints
I offer fine art inkjet prints for the fine art
collector. My standard print sizes are 54x36" (on 62x44"
sheet), 36x24" (on 44x32" sheet), 28x20" (on 30x24"
sheet), 20x18" (on 22x17" sheet), 18x12" (on 19x13"
sheet), and 8x5.3" (on 11x8.5" sheet). I also print custom
sizes, and will work with customers on the matting and
framing, if desired. These are open editions; each print
is signed. The prints are on a matte surface 100% rag
paper (Epson UltraSmooth Fine Art Paper, or Epson Velvet
Fine Art Paper) printed with Epson UltraChrome K3 inks.
Most of the moths on this site are available; only the
larger moth species are available in the largest size. Contact me for prices.
Moths at Large Posters (lithographs)
These posters have been beautifully reproduced lithographically at 300 line screen with matte and gloss varnishes. You will not find higher quality printing anywhere. The outside dimension is 70x50cm (27.5x19.7"), with an image size of 20x16". These posters were designed to fit IKEA RIBBA 50x70cm frames (about $20, including a pre-cut white window mat). There are 4 moths and 1 butterfly posters in Moths/Butterflies at Large Series 1 (click on links to see poster detail). Available through my Etsy store.
High-quality notecards reproduced lithographically at 300 line screen with matte and gloss varnishes. 5x7", blank inside, envelope included. Set of 8 different moths and butterflies*. Available through my Etsy store.
High-quality 4x6" postcards reproduced lithographically at 300 line screen with matte and gloss varnishes. Set of 12 different moths and butterflies*. Available through my Etsy store.
Wholesale enquiries welcome. Please email me.
* Note: The Blue Morpho and Emerald Swallowtail butterflies are the only species shown that are not indigenous to the Ottawa area. Both species are popular at live butterfly exhibits.