Purchasing - Glenn Lewis Photography

Purchasing

The best way to purchase a photo is to call (970-702-4371) or email (glenn@glennlewisphotography.com) me. I'm happy to discuss all the different options - sizes, materials, frames, shipping, etc. Limited edition prints can only be purchased by calling or emailing me. Unlimited edition prints can be purchased on the website, but the prices are higher than if you contact me directly.

My photos are available on paper, canvas, aluminum, and acrylic. If you saw me at an art show, the majority of the work was shown on aluminum. There is no limit to the number of paper, canvas, and small metal and acrylic prints sold. Larger metal and acrylic prints, however, are strictly limited to particular numbers, depending on the size. The larger the metal or acrylic print, the smaller the number available. The price for these limited edition prints rises as they sell, since a sale results in less photos remaining in the edition. These limited edition prints are delivered with a signature and edition number in the lower, right-hand corner, unless you specifically request for this to be omitted.

Below, you will find instructions for determining the available sizes for each of my photos, as well as some (admittedly-confusing) tables that I use to determine prices. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call or email me.

Contact:

Glenn Lewis

glenn@glennlewisphotography.com

(970) 702-4371


Determining the Sizes in which a Photo is Available 

When you find a picture you like and click on it, it will fill the window, as shown below.

Move the cursor to the title of the photo, which is shown in the lower left part of the screen (circled in red). This will show more text, including a brief story about the picture, and the sizes in which it is available to order.

Note that the shape of this photo is "Rectangle B." Knowing the shape will make reading the tables below easier. Let's say you are interested in purchasing this photo at 30" x 20". All the tables below will highlight the shape "Rectangle B," and the size 30" x 20", to help you understand.


Paper, Unframed Canvas, and Framed Canvas Prints

Remember that these prints are all unlimited editions, so these prices are set, and do not change as more of the photos sell.

Paper: a standard paper print, typically delivered within a week from the order date.

Unframed Canvas: A 1-1/4" gallery-wrapped canvas print, with sawtooth hangers. Typically delivered within two weeks from the order date.

Framed Canvas: A 1-1/4" solid-face canvas print, with a floating frame, available in black, walnut, or white, and includes sawtooth hangers. Typically delivered within two weeks from the order date.

2018 Prices - Paper, Unframed Canvas, and Framed Canvas

2018 Prices -  Paper, Unframed Canvas, and Framed Canvas

Note that "Rectangle B" and 20" x 30" have been highlighted to continue with the example from above. A 20" x 30" paper print costs $99, the same size on unframed canvas costs $199, and a framed canvas costs $275. There is an additional charge for shipping of all canvas prints.

* Free shipping for all paper print orders over $50. For paper print orders under $50, there is a $10 shipping fee.

**30" x 45" Canvas (framed and unframed) prints have actual dimensions 32" x 48".

***20" x 50" Triptychs have actual dimensions 3 x 16" x 20".

****30" x 75" Triptychs have actual dimensions 3 x 24" x 30".



Frame Options for Aluminum and Acrylic Prints


Aluminum Prints

Aluminum is my best-selling medium. Prints on aluminum are incredibly sharp, and the bright colors that appear so frequently in my photography really pop in a way that has to be seen in person to be believed. They are light weight, scratch resistant, and fade resistant. They are shipped with an inset "floating" frame on the back that makes them appear to float off the wall, but other, more traditional frame options are also available.

Aluminum prints with all edges equal to or greater than 16" are limited editions, which means they are strictly limited to particular numbers of prints ever being made, and come with a signature and edition number in the lower, right hand corner. Larger photos have smaller edition numbers. As these photos sell, and less photos remain available for purchase, the price increases.

2018 Prices - Aluminum Prints

Note that "Rectangle B" and 20" x 30" have been highlighted to continue with the example from above. Since this is a limited edition print, the cost of this photo depends on it's position in the edition. In early 2018, most of my photos are presently in Price Group One (the cheapest), but my more popular photos have moved into subsequent price groups. The only way to find the present edition number of a particular photo is to contact me. The first nine prints (edition numbers 1-9)of this photo will go for $399, numbers 10-18 will cost $449, etc.

The right side of the table shows prices for different frame upgrades. This photo includes a 0.5" floating frame by default, but there are 5 frame upgrade options. For example, for an additional $49, the frame can be upgraded to a 0.75" inset frame, or for an additional $299, the frame can be upgraded to a 4" Belmont frame in the color of your choice.


Acrylic Prints

Acrylic Prints are actually prints on paper, mounted with a piece of acrylic glass in front. The look is very similar to aluminum, but some people feel that the piece of glass in front adds a bit of depth to the feel of the photo. It is a more traditional look that might go better in a home with other more traditional styles of art. Acrylic prints weigh significantly more than aluminum prints, but are also scratch and fade resistant. They are shipped with an inset "floating" frame on the back that makes them appear to float off the wall, but other, more traditional frame options are also available.

Acrylic prints with all edges equal to or greater than 16" are limited editions, which means they are strictly limited to particular numbers of prints ever being made, and come with a signature and edition number in the lower, right hand corner. Larger photos have smaller edition numbers. As these photos sell, and less photos remain available for purchase, the price increases.

2018 Prices - Acrylic Prints

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Note that "Rectangle B" and 20" x 30" have been highlighted to continue with the example from above. Since this is a limited edition print, the cost of this photo depends on it's position in the edition. In early 2018, most of my photos are presently in Price Group One (the cheapest), but my more popular photos have moved into subsequent price groups. The only way to find the present edition number of a particular photo is to contact me. The first nine prints (edition numbers 1-9)of this photo will go for $675, numbers 10-18 will cost $775, etc.

The right side of the table shows prices for different frame upgrades. This photo includes a 0.5" inset frame by default, but there are 3 frame upgrade options. For example, for an additional $249, the frame can be upgraded to a 2.5" Belmont frame in the color of your choice, or for an additional $725, the frame can be upgraded to a one-of-a-kind, 4" custom chainsaw-cut frame.

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