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Going Green

Eastern Washington | USA

Limited Edition of 50 Exclusive high-resolution Museum Quality Fine Art Prints. 

The origin of the name "Palouse" is unclear. One theory is that the name of the Palus tribe (spelled in early accounts variously as Palus, Palloatpallah, Pelusha, etc.) was converted by French-Canadian fur traders to the more familiar French word pelouse, meaning "land with short and thick grass" or "lawn." Over time, the spelling changed to Palouse.[1] Another theory is that the region's name came from the French word and was later applied to its indigenous inhabitants.

Traditionally, the Palouse region was defined as the fertile hills and prairies north of the Snake River, which separated it from Walla Walla County, and north of the Clearwater River, which separated it from the Camas Prairie, extending north along the Washington and Idaho border, south of Spokane, centered on the Palouse River. This region underwent a settlement and wheat-growing boom during the 1880s, part of a larger process of growing wheat in southeast Washington, originally pioneered in Walla Walla County south of the Snake River.[2]

While this definition of the Palouse remains common today, the term is sometimes used to refer to the entire wheat-growing region, including Walla Walla County, the Camas Prairie of Idaho, the Big Bend region of the central Columbia River Plateau, and other smaller agricultural districts such as Asotin County, Washington, and Umatilla County, Oregon. This larger definition is used by organizations such as the World Wide Fund for Nature, who define the Palouse Grasslands ecoregion broadly.[3]

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Lumachrome® HD Trulife® Acrylic Print

I believe the Lumachrome® HD Acrylic Print using TruLife® acrylic is the finest image display medium available today. The Lumachrome® process is engineered to overcome and surpass the limitations of traditional Fujiflex chromagenic and other inkjet processes. Details appear to emerge in 3D from the depths of the image with the Lumachrome® process along with brilliant colors, superior shadow luminosity & detail and a radiant glowing response under halogen lighting.

Trulife® acrylic is an innovative, single sided, anti-reflective and abrasion resistant acrylic. It virtually eliminates reflections, blocks up to 99% of UV rays, has a hard coat that protects against scratches and cleans like glass. Your print will have a 1/8 inch thick acrylic surface with an aluminum backing and an HD 1.375" ROMA back mounted recessed floating frame allowing your artwork to appear to “float” on the wall.

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Museum Quality Fine Art Rag

Hahnemühle Photo Rag a white, 100% cotton paper with a smooth surface texture – guarantees archival standards. With its premium matt inkjet coating  

I prefer this paper for the best classic fine art display medium. My work has been printed on this paper over one thousand times and displayed  in collections worldwide. Its surface is smooth with a subtle texture, and a slightly warm base that produces very pleasing B&W prints reminiscent of platinum prints and meets the highest industry standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.



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Exhibition Quality Mounted Metal Print, Ready to Hang

These prints represent a new art medium for preserving photos by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. The finished images will take on a magical luminescence. Colors are vibrant and the luminescence is breathtaking. Detail and resolution are unsurpassed make any space come to life. They are available in sizes up to 48” x 96”.

The prints are made with a brilliant white high gloss surface for unsurpassed detail and vibrance. They are mounted on 2mm black Styrene and finished with a black edge and an black metal inset frame that floats the print ¾” off the wall when hung.

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Fuji Crystal Archive Print, Ready for Framing


These fine art prints are made using Fuji Crystal Digital Pearl paper, which is the finest paper available for printing High Gloss Paper Fine Art Photographs. Pearl-like crystals give silver halide color prints a specific luster, creating a distinctive pearl-like appearance, which is sure to capture your attention. This glossy surface offers sharp detail, high intensity colors, and a distinctive pearl-like appearance. The prints are mounted to a 2mm black or white Styrene backing that resists warping, making it an excellent choice for adding durability and providing rigidity for framing. These prints are available in almost any size up 100 inches. .

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If you need a size that is not shown or a larger size, please contact Jess for options.

Please allow 2-3 weeks for production and delivery.

U.S. orders ship FREE. Contact Jess for international shipping fee. Please allow 2 weeks for production and delivery.