Location: US, Georgia

Giving and Receiving 11x 14 Print

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  • $33.00
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  • Weight
    0.5 lbs
  • SKU
    Angkor1-11x14-MOAB

"Giving and Receiving" at Angkor on Bankhead 

11x14 printed on MOAB Slickrock Metallic Silver, 12 MIL 300 GSM Photographic Paper

This print is available in three additional sizes.(16x20, 12x16, and 8x10) Each size is listed on this site individually.

All photographic, Giclee and canvas prints are are printed by Digital Arts Studio in Atlanta Georgia. I have worked side by side with them to ensure the images you receive are of the highest quality.

Shipping for this print is 11.75 (up to 4), 3" small tube via US Mail. Up to three 8x10 prints can be mailed in a proof envelope at 2.50. Or, a 9x12 padded envelope holding between 1-5 8x10 prints is 6.75 to ship. Most unframed orders ship rolled securely in tubes.

If you live in the Atlanta area and wish to avoid shipping all together, you may pick up your order when it's ready, at Digital Arts Studio in Atlanta Georgia, 1082-B Huff Rd, NW.

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