Print on Fine Art Paper Mahlstedt Gallery is very pleased to offer limited edition prints on Fine Art Paper of our represented contemporary works of art. Most of the beautiful original work that we show through the gallery can be yours in a choice print, available in a wide range of sizes to fit in your space. Our diverse line of original artwork is professionally printed on museum grade Fine Art Paper that won’t fade or yellow. Mahlstedt Gallery limited edition Fine Art Paper prints are produced on our state-of-the-art professional color printer that replicates the finest detail. Our expert printers hand-number and seal every print with the Mahlstedt Gallery seal of authenticity. We roll and package each piece with care and include white gloves, to make it easy for you to maintain and enjoy your beautiful limited edition fine art!
Print on Canvas
Mahlstedt Gallery takes great pride in the craftsmanship of our artisan canvases, hand-stretched to perfection in the USA. Our gallery canvases are stretched on North American basswood, known for its stability and the wood of choice used in museum exhibitions. Mahlstedt’s professional crafters stretch all canvases meticulously, with close attention to symmetry and seamless edges. Each canvas is measured in proportion to the original artworks, to produce highly detailed editions that are both classic and contemporary. Our canvas prints come equipped with a sawtooth hanger and white gloves, making it easy for you to install and enjoy your beautiful limited edition fine art right out of the package!
Andrei Tallent grew up in Denmark. In his late teens he
competed in road cycling events and learned a lot about himself, both physically
and mentally. From this period of his life, he learned self-discipline, the
ability to push himself, and self-reliance.
At age 18, he moved to the U.S. to explore life and connect
with long lost family. He spent many years in both California and Hawaii and
graduated the University of Hawaii at Hilo with a B.A. in Philosophy in 1998.
During his time in college, he also spent a significant amount of time learning
the deeper ins and outs of chess. Both philosophy and chess sharpened his
reasoning abilities and aligned with his propensity for introspection and
Andrei also took his first photography class in Hilo. This
is where he unknowingly laid the foundation for his photography and art.
Digital cameras had just started to arrive on the scene, but were generally
scoffed at by “serious” photographers for their low resolution and high price.
So, he learned to shoot with film on a Pentax K1000, a fully manual camera.
Also during this time, he got his first computer. An “IBM
clone” with an Intel 286 chip and probably several MB of RAM. He spent quite a
bit of time playing remote text-only games with other players over a complex
pre-internet network. By the time he graduated, AOL was king and the internet
was in its infant stages.
After getting his philosophy degree, he found himself at an
important life intersection: pursue an advanced degree or dive into something
else? He dove and went right into making websites. He learned html when it was
so simple you could learn all there was to learn in a week. He spent several
years developing and running a successful video game review site during the
early internet boom and the inevitable bust.
The next phase of his life was a whirlwind of wonderful events
that started with meeting his wife, and moving with her from Hawaii to New York
City with a brief stint in Utah. He learned to cook in New York City at the
French Culinary Institute. He briefly pursued a culinary career as a personal
chef, but an unexpected back surgery put a fast end to that! During this time,
photography and website development remained important in his life. He experimented
with a Holga and got his first DSLR camera in New York.
Then everything changed with the birth of his son. He did
not breathe at birth. He suffered significant brain damage and spent six weeks
in intensive care. He is the sweetest and hardest working kid you will ever
meet, despite his challenges. Among the conditions complicating his life is cortical
visual impairment (CVI). Because of this, Andrei’s wife, mother-in-law and
Andrei started a non-profit organization, called Little Bear Sees, dedicated to
raising awareness about CVI.
Andrei now spend a significant amount of his day taking care
of his son.
In the evening, he makes art.
Sebastian Michael’s AWAKE Photoshop art class has been life
changing for him. It gave him a
creative outlet that combines so many of him strengths and interests that it just
feels natural to make art. His interest in logic, computers and reasoning
resonates well with learning and working in Photoshop. His love of photography
pushes him to think about composition, color and subject matter. His desire to
learn is fueled by the never-ending learning curve that is Photoshop. It feels
perfect to him. It has become an obsession. He cannot imagine not making art
Andrei is deeply influenced by a handful of contemporary
Photoshop artists. Mario Sánchez Nevado, Parée Erica, KJER and Robert Cornelius
are at the top of the list. Their art inspires him to try harder, push his
creative boundaries, think more, think less and create!