About my digital art
The dimensions expressed in my gallery are the native resolution that the art pieces were built in. It's only meant to inform. It doesn't mean thats the only availability in sizing. However, I have placed limitations on formats. Please read further.
Prints are struck in one of two ways.
1) printed by me, at my studio using one the following paper stocks depending upon the art:
22 x17 Epson Legacy Platine
22 x 17 and 13 x 19 Epson Premium Luster
13 x 19 Epson Barata
2) printed to Epson Premium Luster and laminated to Alupanel with a protective coating. (aluminum panels and mounting hardware included)
sizes are variable but limited to the aspect ratio of the artwork. (see below)
The nature of digital allows for various sizing if I build them with enough resolution. Any of these pieces can be reduced to any size. The can also be blown up successfully, usually up to 2 times, and often more depending upon the viewing distance. The technical aspects can be discussed and I can give you better idea of what you can do if I understand what your requirements are. Suffice it to say, these pieces can all be sized up or down within reason.
I will always preserve the aspect ratio of my art. Meaning if the piece is 30" x 15", it will always remain a 2:1 aspect ration. Therefore it could be 15 x 7.5 or 60 x 30 or any variant on the same ratio.
What I won't do is take that same 30 x 15 print and make it 30 x 20 for example. That would make it 3:2 aspect ratio. It changes the presentation and they are not built for that type of manipulation.
See pricing page for specific details.
About Gary Harvey
At the 20 year mark of my television directing career my life was paused with tongue cancer. While I recovered and made my way back to my career, I was living a new reality with a near invisible disability until I ate or worse, spoke. That was especially transformative to someone who'd built an entire career on his tool of speech and the ability to transfer complex abstractions to large groups of people in order to realize a singular vision. It seemed at the time like a hill too high to climb. The need to communicate ideas was still a powerful motivator.
Looking back, I feel like I was searching for more context in my communication. Something more concrete. With more substance than I was able to muster with the physical tools I had left. That search lead me to fine art in 2017. Something I hadn't done since high school. Fine art.
My process is nearly entirely produced in Photoshop. Some of my earlier materials
begin as photos which are morphed into shape and textures using the light attributes
of the pixels of the photos. Currently, much of what I do starts with a simple circle,
layered with gradients and moved and copied and pasted and blended then run
through several other shaping algorithms. It's a bit like shaping putty, using my
trackpad and index finger. I little bit of finger painting really.
The career is back on track and I have taught myself how to speak without a tongue. And the grand takeaway, I now have a budding fine art career as well. Thank you for being part of that journey.
If you are interested in the purchase of a print or to licence my work, or any other questions you might have, please contact me directly below and provide some opening details of what you might be looking to do. I do use a few different print materials and I can custom size work for you (within the limits of the aspect ratio)
A also have artists proofs available for sale. Being digital, these would be the closest thing to an original I have. These are the first print I base print runs upon.
Please see my pricing page for further details
Thank you for visiting.