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Update on Certificates of Authenticity

Thanks in no small part to the regular encouragement of Cathy Hardacre, who we met at the last John’s Pass Seafood Festival, we have completed the new design of the Certificates of Authenticity that we have been promising for the longest time.   This design relied heavily on the work of fellow South Florida native and nature photographer Robert Chaplin.   Early reviews are very positive.

We now have three art festivals in the next month, and the federal income tax deadline also falls in that time frame, so you still may not get your certificate in the mail before the middle of May.   But we can see the light at the end of the tunnel.   We appreciate your patience.





One response to “Update on Certificates of Authenticity”

  1. […] This decision may not please everybody.  There is some concern about whether a photograph that is hand-signed has a greater value than one signed otherwise.  After careful consideration, we can’t say we’ve seen any evidence of this.  If there is such a benefit, then the fact that our Certificates of Authenticity are hand-signed may mitigate this concern (for the status of our certificates, click here). […]

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