Starry Skies

Open Edition | 2015


Description

This photograph was taken at Port Bickerton, Nova Scotia, in June 2015. It shows the older lighthouse (now the Nova Scotia Lighthouse Interpretive Centre) at night with the harbour, Port Bickerton, and Bickerton West, in the background. The image was captured during my time as the 2015 Port Bickerton Lighthouse Artist-in-Residence. It is a companion piece to Milky Way.


Starry Skies - Open Edition Landscape Print by Dan MacDonald

DETAILS

  • Print Dimensions: See below
  • Framed Dimensions: N / A
  • Edition Size: Open
  • Unframed: See below


Print Information

The image is printed on photographic lustre paper using pigment inks, producing an archival quality giclée print.

Prints are sold unframed and unmounted (no mat or backing board): it is highly recommended that acid-free and lignin-free mat and backing boards, and UV-protected glass, are used when framing to ensure archival quality and durability. The prints are shipped flat.


Purchasing Information

Copies of the print are available directly from the photographer, and may be purchased using the menu and "Add to Cart" function below. All prices are in Canadian dollars.

Available sizes (individual and/or sets) are as follows:

  • 5x7 Prints (set of two - one each of Milky Way and Starry Skies) - $20
  • 8x10 Starry Skies - $20
  • 11x14 Starry Skies - $60

Please note that the 5x7 prints are only sold as a set of two and cannot be purchased individually.

Prices do not include shipping. Shipping charges will be added during the checkout.

US customers may be subject to additional taxes, duties or brokerage fees - these fees are not included in the price and are wholly the responsibility of the purchaser.

For further information, please contact me.


Online Purchasing

Port Bickerton - Starry Skies


Grant - artsnb

This landscape print was made possible, in part, by a Career Development Grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb).


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This activity is supported by the New Brunswick Arts Board. Cette activité est soutenue par le Conseil des arts du Nouveau-Brunswick.