Alpine Dawn

Signed Limited Edition of 50

$7,250 

Signed and numbered limited edition print chosen by the buyer from the numbers remaining in the series.  Each image is custom printed so you get to choose a width between 6' and 8' at this price.  This price is subject to increase over time, as the series sells out, but a $500 deposit will lock your price.


Signed Limited Edition - Take it now!

$10,250 

For the collector that simply must have it now, you can get your wish... for a small premium.  Upon receipt of successful payment in Certified Funds, you will be authorized to take immediate possession of the actual print on the wall of the Alpine Barber shop in Boulder.

The current print is #3 of 50 and is 7' wide, back-signed and numbered, with a Certificate of Authenticity included.

Cash, certified funds, bank wire, PayPal, and all major credit cards accepted.  We are unable to accept any other forms of payment for this particular item.

Please speak with Rich Kaiser, the owner of the Barber shop, or call John at Klein Photo, Ltd. to make payment and transport arrangements.  Packing and shipping is not included but can be provided at cost.  Drop-off and assistance with print display is included for clientele in the Denver/Boulder area.  Shipping to other locations by arrangement.


Signed Limited Edition of 50 - Artist's Proof

$12,500

For the distinguished collector, the singular original 6' print that hangs in the artist's home, until it finds a new home with you.  Custom signature placement and message available.


More Info

Alpine Dawn

Maroon Bells, White River National Forest, Aspen, Colorado, USA

July 4th, 2014 at 5:45am

John & Deana Klein, Klein Photo, Ltd.

15-frame stitched photographic panorama on acrylic

Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM at 24.0mm on a Canon EOS-1Ds at f/8 ISO 100 for 1/100th manual


The story behind the image:

Deana & John went to Aspen with the self-assignment of making the first in a set of four seasonal Maroon Bells images that were worthy of very large format printing on precision mediums such as steel or acrylic.  A long day of 4-wheeling, fording a stream, and a quick skate across the glacier found us above 10,000 feet in the bowl valley formed by Independence Pass, many miles past the campgrounds and day trippers. We had grand plans for cooking over an open fire before making fabulous Milky Way images, but a steady 25-degree wind ripping through the valley froze that plan solid. Neither of us slept, despite the 5-star accommodations in the back of a Jeep that's full of photo gear, so by 4am there was no point sitting around. Another hour of 4x4 to get back out, some hot dogs and cold coffee from the only gas station open at this ridiculous hour, and we found ourselves completely alone at the Maroon Bells with perfect weather conditions. It was a cold, windless morning, which is needed for the reflection in the lake, with crystal clear weather on top of the fourteen-thousand foot peaks to capture their deep reddish maroon color, which is because they were formed from petrified metamorphic sedimentary mudstone, rather than granite and limestone like most of the Rocky Mountains.


You can see Alpine Dawn exclusively at Alpine Barbers, 1215 Alpine Avenue, Boulder, Colorado, 80304

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