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Platinum Print Editions

Dear Collectors of my platinum prints,

If you bought one of my 25" x 30" platinum prints from Peter Fetterman Gallery in Los Angeles or at AIPAD or through his gallery, it was numbered as an edition of 50. Speaking plainly, I was never comfortable with such a large edition, but Peter was insistent about the high editions. (He doesn't believe in limited editions). However I am no longer represented by Peter Fetterman and have lowered the edition on the 25" x 30" prints from 50 to 15. So much better! The larger format 30" x 40" prints have been lowered from 25 to editions of 5. 

For a total edition of 15.

If you would like me to change the edition number on the front of your platinum print, I'd be happy to: please get in touch with me. As travel permits, I can change the number at your framer, or you can ship your piece to my framer in SF. 

*Otherwise, I am happy to send you labels for the back of your piece with the amended edition number. So- please don't hesitate to get in touch via email and send me your address with the name and edition number of your print(s) and I will mail you a label for the back.


All the best,

Elisabeth Sunday
IturiSun@gmail.com

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