Ordering a Print...

 
 
 
 
 
 
“I bought one photograph from Dominic Pote’s Shoreline series and a few years later two more from his Ocean Surf series. I have been collecting photography for about 15 years and his work stands among the photographic work I continue to admire. His work is beautifully crafted as he searches for unexplored territories of photography to produce photographs that have a great expressionist pictorial quality to them. He does not simply record an image, he creates one as he projects an emotional intent into the viewer’s realms of imagination and psyche whether it be the memory of a place or the longing of one. The movement and haze often represented in Dominic Pote’s photographs allow the viewer to be drawn into the landscapes as if one was “transported” and in some ways physically there, particularly with his larger pieces.”

Pascal - collector

 

I am available for commissions, from one-off photographs to a collection. My photographs are available for exhibitions, interior design projects and private and corporate rentals. Please get in touch to discuss a proposal.

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Mounting and Framing your photograph

 

 
 

All photographs are available to order as limited edition fine-art prints.

  • Photographs are archival Lambda C-Type prints, the highest quality digital/wet process available

  • Each print is a signed limited edition (between 6 and 25 depending on series)

  • Signed certificate of authenticity with each print

  • I provide print only but can advise or arrange mounting to aluminium and framing

  • Artist Proofs available of most pieces (between 2 and 5) for bespoke larger pieces

  • Prices from £300 to £3000 depending on size and edition.
     

Please get in touch to enquire about pricing and availability - info(at)dominicpote(dot)co(dot)uk or call 0044 (0) 7884 488 692.

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All photographs are printed on archival paper using the highest quality C-41 lambda process. They can then be mounted on to aluminium sheet (usually 2mm thick) and coated with a matt seal and fitted with a metal sub-frame for wall mounting - see illustration on the left. Framing is also an additional option and I recommend glassless tray frames. I am happy to advise on this process or I can arrange for this to be done with companies I work with in London. Generally this mounting and framing can be done in most places in the world, so expensive shipping costs can be avoided - I simply send your print in a tube and you can get the mounting and framing done locally - and I'm always happy to advise on this and liase with the companies directly.