Taking just over 23 hours to paint, the Doors of Victoria was inspired by the many (you guessed it) doors of local businesses I found interesting across the beautiful city of Victoria, British Columbia.
These doors have either historical value or well-known significance in this 158-year-old city. Most notably are the Empress Hotel doors, St. Anne's Academy, the Victoria Parliament Building, The Gate of Harmonious Interest in Chinatown, and City Hall.
How many do you recognize?
Printed using premium acid-free ink on lustre photo paper
Quality inks designed to last for 100+ years
Prints are packaged in a clear poly sleeve with hardboard backing and shipped in a bubble mailer to ensure it is protected on its journey to you.
Although I use high-quality paper and inks for the prints, it is recommended to keep them out of direct sunlight and to avoid keeping the print in very high or low temperatures. This will ensure its longevity so you can enjoy it for decades to come.