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It is believed that the words of Desiderata were penned by Max Ehrman, a clergyman who wrote the piece for his children sometime in the 1920s. Another legend, and it is unproven, is that it was in fact written by a lady who had the whole thing engraved on her headstone, one of those very tall and oblong-shaped ones, as advice for her descendants and apparently that was found in a Baltimore Cemetry dated 1690. Whils the latter may not be true, it has a certain magic about it.


  • All prints that we offer here fall into the category of 'Fine Art Prints'. For those who may be unaware, this means that we use only high-quality inks (not Laser) and lay our prints down on archival/photographic papers. Some items are available on canvas and that information will be in the individual descriptions of our work. Being Fine Art means that your print is fade resistant and can last for up to 100 years. It is the kind of gift that can be handed down, an heirloom.

    You will also notice that each fine art print has a certificate of authenticity and these are personally hand-signed.

    I also create Limited Edition Prints for the larger pieces. These tend to increase in value.

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