If you wish to purchase one of his signed and limited works you can send an inquiry by using the “Check availability" – form next to each image in the Portfolios- section. If you rather would like to send an e-mail or call – you will find contact details under the corresponding menu item.
You could also visit your nearest gallery – to find an overview of galleries representing his artwork, just click the corresponding menu item above.
Before shipment you can rest assure that great care is taken to protect the prints thoroughly in order to prevent damage during transport.
Prints are available for sale in different sizes and a selection of types of media, typically cotton rag, baryta (gelatin silver) or canvas.
All images are printed in archival high quality finish, utilizing only acid - and OBA free materials. When it comes to choice of materials and equipment Runes approach is one of no compromise. From image capture, to post processing, printing and framing he uses only the finest quality tools available.
His printing is done on the Epson Stylus Pro 11880 64" printer, as well as the newer SP 9900, producing giclée prints with unsurpassed print permanence. All the carefully selected paper types are manually calibrated using the market leading X-Rite i1Publish solution. These hand tailored ICC color profiles ensures color consistency and accurate rendering. His canvas prints are coated with three layers on the front and one at the rear to ensure long term resistance to UV rays, abrasion or moisture.
Should you choose one of Rune's pigment on paper prints you can rest assured that you will receive a piece of art which has generations worth of long lasting quality.
If you are interested in more information about his printing process or other related issues, please do not hesitate to inquire.
All artworks are signed and limited, some to as few as few as 5 copies. Each print is accompanied by it's own certificate of authenticity. Canvas works are hand mounted by Rune personally to ensure the best quality and finish. From the onset, one of his canvas works typically takes 2 weeks to finish, three layers of UV- coating included.