Are you two married?
Yes. We have been married since 2001.
Do you have a dog?
Yes we do. His name is Woody.
Do you still have a storefront in San Francisco?
Nope. We moved ourselves and our gallery to Amador City, California back in 2020. Our gallery is open on the weekends, and is part of very charming merchant community in California's smallest incorporated town. Come visit!
How are your digital prints made?
We use both 8- and 12-color Epson SureColor printers, and print on Hot or Cold Press Bright White paper. Both the inks and the paper are archival, and will not fade even in direct sun.
Do you recommend placing your artwork in direct sun?
How are your relief prints made?
We carve a block of wood or linoleum, removing the areas that we do not want to hold ink, creating a plate. We then ink up the plate (or plates if there are multiple colors), lay a piece of Rives BFK paper on the surface, and then crank it through our etching press. The pressure from the roller of the etching press transfers the ink from the plate to the paper. Voila, you have a relief print!
Isn’t this a crazy way to make a living?
Yes, it is :) We are so grateful for all the support over the years.
Do you take commissions?
Yes, we do. We don’t take all of them, but if your idea marries well with our style, we’ll consider it. Use our contact form to let us know what you are thinking!
How often do you ship?
We make a run to the Plymouth, CA post office two to three times a week. Orders for most digital prints ship in 2-3 days. Orders for most original paintings and relief prints can take longer - up to two weeks - as they have to be made to order.
What shipping service do you use?
We ship everything with the good old United States Post Office.
Do you have tracking?
Yes, we have tracking on every shipment. If you don't find it on your shipping confirmation email, let us know.
Who do you use for custom framing?
We have been working with The Frame Factory in Sacramento, CA for over ten years. They do all the framing for Ansel Adams Gallery, too, so we think we are in good hands. We encourage everyone to find their local frame and work with them, too!
I have a question you don’t address here. How do I contact you?
Please use our contact form. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can!