Fine art prints


Fine art prints are available for the photographs in the Galleries as well as others in the two books.


Mysterra Limited Edition Prints 

Edition A

       Edition size 25

       Photograph sizes 12” x 18” and 12” x 16”  

Edition B

       Edition size 10

       Photograph sizes 16” x 24” and 16” x 21”

Limited edition photographs are numbered and signed by Roy Sewall

Printer and framing materials


Photographs are printed on high quality/performance inkjet printers

Prints are made on premium archival paper such as Canson Platine Fiber Rag

Mats are archival, made by Bainbridge or Crescent


  1.       Glass is TruVue Conservation Clear with UV protection

  2.       Acrylic is used in some applications

  3.       TruVue Museum Glass is available

Framing is typically dark wood or Nielsen matte black metal


Final paper products


Photographs are available un-matted, matted, matted and framed, or in a folio folder

Typical sizes are

  1. 12” x 18” photograph in an 18” x 24” mat/frame

  2. 15” x 22” photograph in a 24” x 30” mat/frame

  3. 15” x 15” photograph in a 21” x 21” mat/frame

Larger custom sizes and materials are available

All photographs are signed by Roy Sewall

Two great alternatives: face-mounting and metal prints

Face-mounting. In addition to matting/framing prints, an alternative method of presenting photographic prints called “face-mounting” is offered to clients. A borderless print is sandwiched between a high-gloss 1/4” clear acrylic front and a 1/8” black plastic backing. The 3/8” sandwich typically stands off the wall 1.5” with the addition of a hidden floater frame on the back. The edges are polished. This is a rich, deep, striking presentation that works particularly well with contemporary decor. It is more expensive than normal framing, but the print is larger for the same wall space since there is no mat and frame.

“We are true enthusiasts of Roy Sewall Photography and his two books. We worked closely with Roy to have his photograph ‘Great Falls' Majesty’ made into a 6' x 3' face-mount. The result exceeded our expectations and it is a beautiful piece of art in our home." - T.R. and K.R.

"We love our face-mounted photographs from Roy's travels in France. When I look at them, I am seeing the photographs and all their details - there are no mats or frames to distract my eye. They are so much more impressive than matted-and-framed photographs." - G.S.H.

Metal Prints. Another alternative method of presenting photographic prints is the “metal print.” The photograph is high gloss and borderless. There is no paper involved; it is actually an electronic fusing of the image to a sheet of aluminum, for another superb type of presentation in contemporary settings. The surface is scratch-resistant and waterproof; it can easily be cleaned with a commercial glass cleaner. The metal print stands about an inch off the wall with a hidden floater frame. The results are stunning.

A face-mount’s surface is much more delicate than a metal print’s surface, and requires careful handling, but the face-mount creates a greater sense of depth and is my personal favorite presentation.

All photographs on this website: © Roy Sewall 2001-2017

All Rights Reserved - no reproduction of any kind without prior written consent

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