Photographer/filmmaker Gregory Colbert is the creator of the exhibition Ashes and Snow, an immersive experience of nature that combines photographic artworks, films, and soundscapes, housed in a purpose-built traveling structure called the Nomadic Museum. To date, Ashes and Snow has attracted over 10 million visitors, making it the most attended exhibition by any living artist in history
The images and sizes that are displayed in the poster gallery above represent the entire selection of available posters. All posters are printed with exhibition information.
What is the canvas process ?
It is a new technique where we take the ashes and snow prints and apply a canvas film on top of the print!
Are the framed pieces painted canvases ?
No, we simply take the ashes and snow posters and apply them with a canvas film. It is a finer alternative than acrylic or glass. The process provides glazing protection and the look of a canvas!
What are the advantages for it ?
1) U.V. Resistant - Canvas film helps keep its true color and blocks harmful light!
2) Waterproof - Liquid can touch the canvas and there will be no damage.
3) Durable - Being it is waterproof and U.V. resistant, it is lightweight and has no reflection !
Ashes and Snow and Nomadic Museum are registered trademarks and/or service marks of Gregory Colbert.