The Stuntz Bay boathouses were originally built by the Oliver Mining Company between 1900 and 1955 as a reward for their loyal employees. Early on the boathouses were equipped with electricity, making them a popular hangout place for miners and their families.
This image was captured from a canoe as the last light of day reflected in the calm waters of Lake Vermilion.
Most images have been captured using the most modern medium format digital cameras and lenses (Pentax 645D/645Z), providing exceptional image sharpness and color rendition. Very few photographers use this high-end and expensive equipment, which requires masterful technique and patience. All images are printed and framed at our downtown Duluth gallery using museum grade materials and archival, pigment-based inks.
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All images are printed and framed in studio by the artist using museum grade canvas/fine art papers and archival pigment-based inks. This archival inkjet process, a.k.a. giclee, is more environmentally friendly than traditional wet printing and resists fading and discoloration for up to three times longer.
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