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Backbone State Park

Delaware County, Iowa

The Devil's Backbone Trail meanders beneath a deep green forest canopy in Iowa's oldest state park. Established in 1920 near Strawberry Point, this popular recreation area features its namesake high ridge line, steep limestone cliffs and dense hardwood cover. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy hiking, rock climbing, and fishing for wild brown trout in the cool waters of Richmond Springs. History buffs can visit the Iowa Civilian Conservation Corps Museum at the parks west gate, and view the many park structures that stand compliments of this Depression-era work program.

Museum-Grade Lumachrome HD Acrylic Artwork

Backbone State Park print

The pinnacle of luxury in fine art photography, Lumachrome HD Acrylic prints are stunning handcrafted masterpieces of impeccable beauty found in top galleries and art museums worldwide. Prized by collectors for vibrant color, stunning detail and lifelike appearance, these pieces awe viewers with the impression that they might step right into the scene. Such dimensionality is achieved by placing a transparency of the image containing rare, light capturing iridium particles over a pure white base layer, then face mounting it to optically clear, scratch resistant acrylic glass. As light falls on the artwork this creates an almost backlit effect, giving the photo incredible depth and vitality. Lumachrome HD Acrylics come ready for display with protective backing and a rear Italian ROMA float mount support. While additional framing is not necessary, it is an option and matter of personal taste. If this might be of interest, please inquire for pricing prior to placing your order.

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Chromaluxe Fine Art Metal Prints

Backbone State Park print

With brilliant color, incredible clarity and durability, Chromaluxe Metal Prints offer an outstanding alternative for those seeking to invest in fine art with a more budget friendly option. These works are created through a process called dye sublimation, in which the photograph is printed on a transfer sheet then infused into a specially coated aluminum substrate. Extreme heat is used to temporarily turn the archival ink to gas, allowing it to be pressed directly into the surface of the aluminum. This results in a remarkably sharp image of almost 3D quality, and vivid colors that absolutely pop. Chromaluxe Metals are definitely eye catchers, and sure to add a pleasingly lively aesthetic to your business or home. Additionally, these prints are noted for their resilience. They are waterproof, scratch and fade resistant, and will last generations under proper care. The piece is lightweight and comes with a rear float mount and metal hanger, ready for display with no additional framing required.

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Fuji Silver Halide Fine Art Loose Prints

Backbone State Park print

For those who appreciate a more classical presentation, Fuji Silver Halide Fine Art prints are time honored favorites born from a mix of modern technology and traditional photographic technique. Unlike inkjet products as you would find from budget print shops, these works are created using a chromogenic process through which high-tech lasers replicate the digital image by exposing light sensitive silver halide crystals embedded in specialty fine art paper. The result is a striking archival photo with amazing definition and gorgeous color tone that will stand the test of time. Please note that the artwork will arrive as a loose print. Additional matting and framing is required, but this also allows you the flexibility to further customize the finished piece to match your taste and existing decor. Upon request, I am happy to help locate a reputable framer who is local to you.

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Production and delivery time for Silver Halide Fine Art Loose Prints and Chromaluxe Metals is generally 2-3 weeks, while Lumachrome HD Acrylic pieces may require 3-4. Please enjoy complimentary shipping within the continental U.S. For shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, and on International orders, please contact me for rates in advance. 

You can visit my Fine Art page for additional information on mediums, editions, authentication and my satisfaction guarantee, and let me know if you have any questions at all.