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Now Available: Prints on Birch Plywood!

When I had a request come in for a format that could be used for an employee award program, I spoke to my printer and they recommended prints of my paintings laminated on birch plywood. When I picked up the order, I was impressed with their resilience, value, and quality, and so I’ve made them available for purchase on my website.

These prints are printed right up to an exposed plywood edge. They come ready to hang with no need for framing, and are an economical alternative to canvas prints. They range in price from $95 – $205, in sizes varying from 8×10″ up to 24×24″.

You can find them here:

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Now Available: Jigsaw Puzzles!

Two of my paintings have been selected by Puzzle Lab, a local Victoria jigsaw puzzle manufacturer, to be made as high quality birch plywood jigsaw puzzles.

These puzzles are different from the standard ones you might be familiar with. The pieces are cut from 1/4″ birch plywood, and are in unique, organic shapes created by a custom computer algorithm.

You can find them for purchase here:

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The Feeling of the Place Paperback Book

Are you safe at home? Maybe a bit bored and looking for something to flip through? Or perhaps you know someone who is, and could enjoy the mental health benefit that comes with receiving a gift package in the mail?

This is just a quick post to let you know I’ve put together a self-published paperback book of my paintings. It’s available here:

I enjoyed putting it together, and revisiting these paintings as I did so.

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Mike Lathrop’s Artwork, Cards and Gifts available at Caffe Fantastico

Caffe Fantastico

I am pleased to announce I’ve just installed a selection of original paintings, prints, cards, calendars and magnets at Caffe Fantastico, here in Victoria on Kings Street, near Quadra.

One new item I have there are 5×7″ photographs of my paintings, titled and signed, matted in 8×10″ frames. They are on display and available there for $35 +tax. Unlike my other limited edition giclee prints, these are not archival, but should look great for many years, if not decades.