San Rafael - Robert Mckendrick

Magical Luminescence


MetalPrints™ represent a new art medium for preserving photos by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Your images will take on a magical luminescence. You've never seen a more brilliant and impressive print! Colors are vibrant and the luminescence is breathtaking. Detail and resolution are unsurpassed.Because the image is infused into the surface and not on it, your images will take on an almost magical luminescence.

The ultra-hard scratch-resistant surface is waterproof/weatherproof and can be cleaned easily – just avoid direct sunlight.


Sizes: Any/Every Size From 2x3½" to 48x96", Including Custom Sizes Surfaces: High Gloss, Mid-Gloss, Satin, Sheer Glossy, & Sheer Matte

Wall Display Options: Float Mount Hanger, Custom Framing, Exhibit Mount, Acrylic Face, Stainless Posts, Wall Clusters & Splits, and More 

Table Display Options: Metal Easel Back, Wood Easel, Bamboo Stand, or Acrylic Stand Corner Treatments: Sharp Square, 1/8" Rounded, 3/16" Rounded, & Scalloped

Hand Signed and Numbered by Artist

Limited Edition of 150 


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Eons ago, tremendous geologic upheavals formed a giant dome of rock - a "swell" in the earth's surface. The harsh elements beat against this dome and eroded it into a wild, broken array of multi-colored sandstone. Wind and water carved this jumble of rock into incredible formations as buttes, canyons, pinnacles and mesas emerged, making the Swell one of the most ruggedly beautiful pockets of terrain in the world. That was how this area came to be known as San Rafael Swell.

Eons ago, tremendous geologic upheavals formed a giant dome of rock - a "swell" in the earth's surface. The harsh elements beat against this dome and eroded it into a wild, broken array of multi-colored sandstone. Wind and water carved this jumble of rock into incredible formations as buttes, canyons, pinnacles and mesas emerged, making the Swell one of the most ruggedly beautiful pockets of terrain in the world. That was how this area came to be known as San Rafael Swell.

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