many go their entire lives never owning a dkzn print—don’t let this happen to you!

Limited-edition prints (100) are available only from me. I produce these on Epson Premium Lustre Photo Paper in the 3 sizes shown. Differently-proportioned images share both their larger dimensions and their prices with these. Each print is signed and numbered, then protectively enclosed with an acid-free backing board in a clear re-sealable envelope and shipped flat. Experts claim that, if mounted on the enclosed board and displayed under glass out of direct sunlight, a dkzn print is likely to retain its lustre for just short of 100 years.

To order a limited-edition print, click here and let me know the title and size of the print you’d like and to whom and where you’d like it sent. Unless otherwise requested, I ship by Xpresspost, which delivers within 1-2 business days to Canadian destinations, within 2-3 business days to American destinations and, otherwise, within 4-7 business days.

After confirming your order, I will invoice you through Paypal, an on-line service through which you may pay the invoiced amount by credit card, debit card, bank transfer, or other means. If you’d prefer, you may pay by cheque. I ship within 24 hours of payment confirmation.

(CAD, taxes included, shipping extra)

small   9.5” X 6.8”    $45

medium    12.5 X 8.9”    $65

large    16” X 11.4”    $95

Open-edition prints of my illustrations and ‘snapshots’ are available internationally from Chicago-based Fine Art America, a highly-regarded online art site with which I’ve been happily associated since 2007. They offer greeting cards and other products, as well.


With 14 fulfillment centres in 5 countries (USA, Canada, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Australia), Fine Art America (aka Pixels.com) has the largest print-on-demand fulfillment network in the world. This network enables the automatic rerouting of orders to the nearest centre to minimize shipping costs and delivery times.


Ordering from them is easy. Clicking one of my images will open that image in my Fine Art American gallery, where you may virtually experiment with a range of size, framing, matting, and other options and, if you wish, place an order. The procedure is simple, the format is clean and uncomplicated. See for yourself—click the ‘winter scene’ image, above. 

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winter scene  (48” X 30” acrylic)

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