When you purchase this fine art during October 2020, Artlita will donate 5% of its proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Limited edition fine art photography presented as both a TruLife acrylic face mount or an archival paper giclee.
Dimensions = 32″ x 48″. Custom sizes as large as 40″ x 60″ available upon request.
“Originally built in 1913 as part of Southern California’s vast Red Car street car network which connected Old Torrance to the rest of the South Bay and beyond, the El Prado bridge is an elegant little bridge and, while no longer of service after the Red Cars were decommissioned and both sides of the bridge have been developed, it remains a symbol of Old Torrance and a reminder of the bucolic days of early 20th century Southern California. Shot in November 2018 at dusk I used a long exposure shot to capture the vehicle lights passing by against the symmetrical “key hole” openings through the bridge columns.” – Taras
The limited edition, signed and numbered TruLife acrylic face mount will allow you to display Semchyshyn’s artwork just like you see in the leading galleries and museums. This premium product starts with an archival print on high-end photo paper. Using optically clear adhesive the image is mounted to TruLife acrylic, which creates remarkable depth and brilliance that will make an impact on any audience. TruLife is the premier way to print fine art photography as it help to reduce glare (up to 30% by our estimates), but the vibrancy remains, and you get the added bonus of being scratch resistant, anti-static (which diminishes dust) and more UV protection at 99%. Another nice benefit is that it doesn’t require a special cleaner as standard acrylic does.
The archival paper giclee option is an excellent choice if you like a more traditional framed look. We are happy to work with you on a custom frame order or we can ship you the limited edition, collectable fine art print rolled in a tube and you can work with a local framer. This is an excellent option for people located outside of Southern California due to the significant savings in shipping expense. To learn more about giclees, read our blog post on the topic.