Our commitment to the community.
'The peloton passes over the Bixby Bridge' by Brian Black Hodes, to benefit the Ellen Watters Memorial
As a provider of professional photographic & giclée printing and lamination services, we regularly produce gallery-style samples for display in our workshop and at various shows where we exhibit our products. Rather than produce these solely for our benefit, we see it as an opportunity to collaborate with clients and local artists to support organisations that endeavour to make our communities a better place for all.
Introducing Do Good.
Do Good. is our commitment to the community. As a collective effort, we invite artists and photographers to submit an image with which we can create a quality sample that is then displayed along with the artist bio and a sale price – 100% of which will be remitted to a community-based, not-for-profit organisation. This collection of images is also promoted through our website and social media.
Interested? Here’s what you need to know...
Is there any cost?
Absolutely not. We produce the highest quality print and finishing at our expense.
Do I have to relinquish the rights to my image?
No. We ask that you sign a simple consent allowing us to reproduce a single copy of your image, specifying the size and medium, as well as the agreed sale price and organisation to benefit if and when the sample is sold.
Which organisation will benefit?
We invite artist and photographers to identify the organisation they would like their work to benefit. Otherwise, we will gladly recommend a few organisations we hold near and dear to our heart. Please note we do not accept organisations whose mission may be deemed political, discriminatory or offensive in any way.
How long will the sample be used?
We typically refresh our samples every 6 to 12 months.
What type of image do you require?
As a general rule, the image should have general appeal so as to favour its eventual sale. Images should also relate to Atlantic Canada as this provides a unique interest for the collection and our primary market.
What if an image is not sold?
With the artist’s permission, unsold works can be provided to an auction to benefit a not-for-profit organisation as we receive many such requests.