The Jack Bayles Difference
Why Museum Quality Art
We hope that you enjoy our 350 (or so) highly curated images from some 30 years of photography. We focus on presenting our best of the best of the best images in low edition numbers – everything since 2014 is an edition of 25 or fewer total iterations in any presentation.
We feel that the only way to couple such special images is with equally special production. Jack Bayles Photography proudly partners with ImageCraft for the finest production processes and materials available today. Every image is painstakingly produced from an uncompressed digital file. My digital signature is applied to every image. A digital signature is superior in that it will not age at a different rate or damage the image as an ink signature might. A hand-signed certificate of authenticity showing the edition number will be sent with every image.
You can buy cheaper art, art printed from inferior files using inferior processes and materials, but you cannot invest in a higher quality piece of art than what we produce. Our art requires a bit more of an investment, but we are bringing to you a museum quality work of art at an affordable price. Museum quality shouldn’t be a luxury. All our art comes with a lifetime guarantee on materials and workmanship.
At Jack Bayles Photography we believe in helping where we can. We donate HALF of our profits to organizations involved in wildlife advocacy, rescue and education. When you invest in our art you not only get a museum quality product your grandchildren will fight over, you are helping to preserve wild places and wild creatures for your grandchildren.
Printed on the finest paper currently available, Fuji Crystal Archive, printed on a Durst Lambda laser printer from an uncompressed 16-bit file, with a semi-gloss finish.
Printed using the latest RGB printers on a high-quality heavy weave, cotton/polyester canvas with permanence built in to the inks, given a semi-gloss finish then hand stretched over a 1.75” wood frame these canvasses are art your grandchildren will fight over.
The same high-quality canvas adhered to a Ryno board using acid free material and then coupled with a high quality Larson-Juhl frame and liner. These canvasses have a semi-gloss finish and do not come covered with glass.
A high quality Durst Lambda print on Fujiflex material, then placed between sheets of TruLife acrylic, this top shelf presentation “floats” off the wall with a special three dimensional appearance.
The same high quality TruLife acrylic with lighter backing material encapsulated by a Larson Juhl frame and liner.
An uber contemporary presentation, a Fujiflex print Is adhered to an aluminum backer at high temperatures and presented in a floating presentation with a metal cleat. The light weight and durability of an aluminum makes it ideal for high traffic areas of for those seeking a contemporary piece of art.