Oak, Elm Leaves $325.00

By: Robert Young | Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia


All prints of this photograph are made on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex. This is a premium quality, archival, high gloss printing material. It has the highest permanence rating of any chromogenic paper today. This material is frequently used by photographers for exhibition purposes.


Limited Editions

Only full size prints (based on the sizing below), mounted or unmounted, will be produced in limited editions of 10. Each print is initialed and dated on the front right corner. A label is included with the print designating the edition number and is signed by the artist.


Prints Mounted

These prints are facemounted to 1/8” plexiglass with a substrate of 1/8” Dibond. A tubular aluminum frame recessed in from the edge of the print is mounted on the back of the Dibond to prevent warping and facilitate hanging the artwork. The frame gives the viewer the impression of the print floating off the wall. The plexiglass adds a three dimensional, gemlike quality to the prints.


Full size mounted prints are shipped in specially padded Artwork cardboard shipping cartons.


Prints Not Mounted

These prints will be shipped in a heavy cardboard tube and arrive ready for mounting/framing.


All packaging & shipping charges are included in the price of each print.


NOTE: **Price above based on 16″ x 24″ print (not mounted). Limited edition size denoted as L/E.

Other sizing & mounting options are available for selection below. Mounting is only offered on the full size print option.

This piece is produced in multiples.

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About Robert Young

These large scale, high resolution images allow the viewer to experience, if only momentarily, him or herself in nature . . . to walk on uneven ground . . .


For me photography’s greatest strength is its ability to record in ‘high fidelity’ what the eye sees. Various specialized and largely unexplored photo techniques are used to capture small details of natural elements at very high resolutions. The objective is to create images of common natural elements at a scale that allows the viewer a unique and immersive experience.


Regarding the design of these photos, they are a partial reconciliation of my love for nature photographers like Eliot Porter and abstract painters like Helen Frankenthaler and Barnett Newman.