by George and Mary Ann Clark
Art is not an end in itself, but a means of addressing humanity. Modest Petrovich Moussorgsky (1839-1881)

...what every true artist wants, really wants, is to be paid. Terry Pratchett, 1995 (Soul Music)

How to order

We are a very small business, and do not yet have the capability of accepting orders directly through our website.

If you would like any of our prints, please send us an e-mail (, indicating:

1) what item(s) and size(s) you would like;

2) if the item is available both framed and unframed, which version you want;

3) your shipping address;

4) some times that it would be convenient for us to telephone you. We will discuss shipping at that time, so please give us one business day after your e-mail to obtain shipping estimates.

Please do not send credit card numbers by e-mail; we will ask for those when we telephone.

If you would prefer that we not call, then we can provide shipping estimates by e-mail; in that case you may fax us your credit card numbers. We can provide details on that.

We will confirm all orders by e-mail before shipping.



We do not yet have a shipping department either.

At present, we depend on packaging and shipping companies such as The UPS Store and FedEx/Kinko's to handle this for us.

When we receive your order, we will ask for estimates on shipping, for a number of options (company, speed of service, etc.), and provide this information to you.

We place your order into a minimally protective wrap and let them do the rest. Their charge is the only shipping cost that will appear on your invoice.

Should any problems arise with the condition of the package, please try to resolve them with the shipper.

Frequently asked questions

Artists' biography & Goals

Studio Tour

Schedule of Art Fairs

Archival Quality of Prints

Print sizes, signatures & numbered series

Scanning Electron Microscope