Dennis Halkides’ Image: Furtive Movement©33×43 Framed $995

A shy young woman in a remote village of India, poses then shyly and quickly moves away at the moment of exposure, causing a blur to her portrait that depicts her shyness. This is a limited edition of 25 (15 remaining) original Giclée prints sized at 30×40″, framed 33×43.”  Each is an original and after the limit of the edition is reached, this print will no longer be sold. Each print is individually printed with the finest state of the art archival paper and ink and then carefully coated with three applications of environment friendly Eco-Print Shield® UV and water protectant. The print is permanently mounted on archival, natural (no color added) 3/16″ Gator-board® which is made of an unbleached wood laminate sandwiching a foam core for strength, light weight and a hard mounting surface which is hand sanded for a perfectly smooth surface. After careful inspection to insure there are no dings or other imperfections on the surface, the print is carefully mounted using an archival dry bond adhesive.  This print is personally signed by the artist in the front lower right corner and again on the back side, secured under clear plastic tape with artist’s copyright stamp.
See this and many other of Halkides’ Fine Art Photographic Giclée prints of all sizes at his web site, or visit Gallery833 for a free cup of gourmet coffee while viewing the gallery’s current selection of prints, which is ever-changing, as well as glass, wood, clay, steel and bronze sculptures by notable local artists and a rotating guest Arthop artist. As of this posting date, this print is hanging in the Gallery.

About Dennis Halkides

Photographer Dennis Halkides has traveled extensively in California, the United States, parts of Europe and Asia his entire adult life photographically interpreting beautiful places and interesting people. He has received numerous awards for his images in several juried competitions, local, national, and international. His images hang in corporate and private collections and have been used by advertising agencies, book publishers and interior decorators and other design professionals.
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