In 1924, Hugh Comstock build the Hansel cottage for his wife, Mayotta, as a studio for her doll-making hobby as it began to grow into a business. Mayotta rag dolls, called “Otsy-Totsy” dolls, became quite popular during that time.
Photo © copyright by Mike Barton.
This option gives you the flexibility to choose your own matting and framing method – especially if you are in a hurry. I print my color photographs on either luster paper or Epson Archival paper with Ultrachrome K3 inks.
Gallery Wrap Canvas
Have your photos printed on professional quality canvas and then full gallery-wrapped around a 1.5” wooden stretcher frame.
Prints are mounted on traditional artistic white mat board that looks great with any decor.