Kham Region of Tibet, 2007
In this documentary photograph, Mark traveled to the forgotten corners of the Kham region of Tibet, part of a philanthropic medical expedition. A doctor in charge of a small hospital in the montains finishes some notes for a patient as the philanthropic team prepare to present a donation of a large quantity of ciprofloxacin, a broad specrtrum antibiotic that is very hard to come by in these parts.
Limited Edition Fine Art Photograph
Mark offers only the highest grade, museum quality prints of his work. Sometimes referred to as a Giclée print, these pieces are made with an extreme attention to detail by the artist personally in his studio and use the most expensive, highest quality materials available.
The paper is sourced from a French company that dates back to 1557, producing some of the finest papers available to artists. Their photographic printmaking papers are truly exceptional and give the print a tonality and look that is captivating.
These prints are limited by the edition. Only a small number of them will ever exist. They are signed in Mark's preferred method, in the bottom right of the image itself, usually subtly hidden in the shadows, but sometimes with more pop and contrast, depending on what he feels is the proper fit for the image.
The dimensions refer to the image size, while the paper extends a bit larger on all sides making handling and framing more convenient.
To see for yourself how Mark creates these fine prints, check out the video below!
Signed Giclée print made by the artist
Limited Edition of 30 + 2AP
14 x 21 (in)⌇36 x 53 (cm)