A magical device found amongst the rocks and pools of Moonstone Beach in Northern California.
This photograph can be reproduced on several different museum quality archival media:
[1. metal] dye sublimation prints on Chromaluxe aluminum panels which are glossy and amazing;
[2. canvas] beautiful, more traditional, giclée prints on cotton canvas, which I then stretch over handmade wooden frames.
All prints come ready to hang, require no additional framing, and come with all hardware required to hang on your wall.
Prints which are 35 inches or larger on the long side are produced in limited editions, and will be signed and numbered as well as accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
I am happy to accommodate custom orders. Most of my images are very high resolution and can be printed up to 96 inches (eight feet!) wide. I can also break an image into panels (i.e. diptych/triptych) for very large installations. For more information, please check my website (kovasi.photo/) or contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
While I keep many prints in stock, I cannot have every size of every image on hand. Due to this, most of my images are printed on-demand. Printing and shipping seem to be taking longer than average this year, so it may take up to 3-4 weeks to receive your print order. Items that I have in stock will ship out faster, and you should receive them within 1-2 weeks.
Many more images and sizing options are available on my website: kovasi.photo/
Thanks for looking!
Length/Depth: 2 in
Width: 12 in
Height: 12 in
Delivery restrictions may apply: Free shipping within the United States only. Please contact me (email@example.com) for a quote if you require shipping outside the country.
Born and raised in the hills of Northern California, Evan grew up steeped in the majestic beauty offered by the outdoors. Free to roam the countryside he developed a deep sense of appreciation for the ephemeral and episodic displays of the natural world. From a young age he would borrow his parents’ camera to take picture after picture of the sunset, the clouds, the spring flowers.
Though photography was always on the back burner it wasn’t until after graduating from college that Evan purchased his first DSLR. His passion for documenting our planet escalated quickly from that point. Self-taught, he would spend hours learning every aspect of his camera and the science of digital photography.
Today, his combination of technical expertise and artistic liberty are the genesis of works that sometimes look more like paintings than traditional landscape photography.