This past spring I approached the venerable Forest Hill gallery Art Interiors to represent my art for sale. They graciously accepted, built a page for me on their website and I excitedly anticipated a sale at any minute. Turns out that being accepted at a gallery is just the first step of quite a few in getting an image from my computer to the gallery walls! Lisa and Shira of Art Interiors have rigorous standards for print condition and display-ability, and so we embarked on a series of paper tests to find the best way to really make the images sing. We tried four different paper types until we arrived at the best one. It was unanimous that the Epson Hot Press bright paper had the loveliest blacks and richest, velvety textures for my photographs. See for yourself - the optimum way to view these photographs on this exceptional cotton rag archival paper is in person. As soon as we had decided on the paper and the border-less presentation style, a client ordered a print and we delivered the image the very next day!