Step onto the A.T. with a Limited Edition Print

Fine art Photographer Ron Roman Print Offering


Appalachian Trail Limited Edition Print: Ron Roman Photographer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Large scale 28×42 or 20×30 inch Giclee Prints on Hahnemuhle watercolor paper (200 year archival rating)
Available in limited edition of 750 prints (750 includes all 20×30 and 28×42 sizes combined)
Signed and numbered, certificate of authenticity

Purchase the Print

This beautiful limited edition fine art photograph was captured on The Appalachian Trail, Celebrating America's Hiking Trail, Ron Roman Photothe Appalachian Trail. The image was included in the 2011 official Appalachian Trail Calendar and in the Fall of 2012 graced the book cover of The Appalachian Trail, Celebrating America’s Hiking Trail by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy with Rizzoli International Publications. The book has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Parade Magazine and in December of 2012 reached number one in Best Sellers in Travel Pictorial Reference Books on Amazon.

For decades, Ron Roman has traveled the earth taking pictures which transcend the ordinary and embody the art of photography. For the first time, he is sharing his innate passion, technical expertise, and unique vision with collectors. Although diverse in nature and subject matter, each limited edition fine art print from his archives invites the viewer to pause on the path of life and become captivated by the beauty of our world.

Support the Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Ten percent of the gross sales of this print edition go directly to support the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC). As a thru-hiker with over 3,000 miles logged on the trail Ron is giving back to help preserve this treasure.

The fine art print

Now large fine art prints are available framed or unframed. A Giclee print (pronounced ghee-clay) has no perceptible dot pattern, an endless array of richly saturated color, and every nuance of the original image. The most archival, water based lightfast inks available in the world are used. The latest inks offer a 150 year light-fastness and UV-resistance under museum archival conditions.