No matter what the weather, the colorful murals in the South Loop of Chicago brighten the day. I loved the geometric shapes on the building playing with the geometry of the CTA Train windows. Chicago train photography by local artist Tracey Capone.
Available as a ready to hang, wood photo block or an unframed, archival Lustre print. (see below)
Whatever your needs are, from gifting, to decorating your home, all of my images are available as either a ready to hang photograph mounted on wood, or as an archival Lustre print, in a range of sizes. Simply make your selection from the dropdown box above.
Continue reading below for more information on both options...
All prints are professionally printed on premium, archival Kodak Endura Lustre "E" paper and signed and dated on the back.
Please note...the framing and matting shown throughout my site are for illustrative purposes only; all images come unframed and without mats.
Ready to hang, hand mounted wood blocks and panels are a perfect alternative to traditional framing.
The photograph is professionally printed on the same premium, archival Lustre paper as the unframed prints and hand mounted, by me, on beautiful, finished birch wood panels. The cradled panels can be hung on the wall, or placed on a mantle or shelf.
The blocks are sealed with a non-toxic varnish which gives an organic, textured and painterly effect. They measure 1 7/8 inches in depth (3/4 inches for 3 inch blocks) and are cradled in the back for easy hanging on one or two small nails. Click below for more details on the wood photo blocks.More Info On Wood Photo blocks
Purchase any three or more items (like items or mix and match) from the shop and automatically receive 10% off your purchase at checkout. (Cannot be combined with any other discounts)
Check out these handy guides for both the square & rectangular wood mounted photography or art prints. Just click the button for more info...See Size Comparison
All items are copyrighted by Tracey Capone Photography- Chicago, IL 2018
Reproduction without direct consent by the artist is unlawful.