The images that have been created are printed using Epson K3 Ultrachrome Archival inks on Hanhnemüle Monet canvas, one of the finest gicleé canvases in the world. They are then protected with Premier Arts Eco Print Shield and hand stretched onto fine art gallery stretcher frames. This combination of materials is rated at more than 100+ years in archival terms.
I am also printing on a metallic type of paper. For some images the effect of the metallic paper makes the image seem to jump off the page. These prints are then mounted to a 3/4 inch thick specialty board and I then protect the final image with a thin laminate sheet.
For more information on Archival prints please see the website of Wilhelm Research at www.wilhelm-research.com/index.html