You Don't Sing To Me Anymore
5x7 / 8x12 / 10x15 / 16x24 / 20x30 / *24x36
( *Prints over 20x30 in size only come in Lustre finish.)
Paper finish: Matte (other finishes available.)
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Please refer to the Shop Policies for more indepth information on prints, other finishes and options available, turnaround time, U.S. & International shipping, etc.
This print will be done on Kodak Professional Portra Endura photo paper by a professional print shop. All photo prints are rated as archival.
Every print is seen by me personally before shipping back out to customers to ensure quality, as well as to be hand signed and dated with year the print was made.
I purchase prints on an individual basis unless otherwise noted, after the order has been made, so please allow up to 2 weeks for item to arrive. International shipments could potentially take even longer. Insurance, faster shipping, etc, is also available if requested, at an additional cost.
If you need an order by a certain date, please contact me first.
* I do my best to represent each piece as best as I can, and for photography prints the files I used to create the image on this page is the same I use to print from. But, due to differences in monitors/settings there's always the chance there are differences between what you see on your monitor and how the piece looks in person. Rest assured that the print you receive will look the way I intended it to.
(Copyright information might have been placed digitally on the image but will NOT be on the print.)
I do not accept returns or exchanges.
Again, please refer to the Shop Policies for more indepth information on all the aspects I briefly covered above. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to ask first! I'd prefer exchanging 50 emails before you ever place your order to make sure you're happy in the end.
all images copyright protected Caryn Drexl, please do not use without permission.
(You Don't Sing To Me Anymore by Caryn Drexl. Vintage looking portrait of a woman wearing lace with a dead cicada on her face, with the wings over her eyes.)