Indian Head #1

Limited Edition | 2015


This photo was taken during the summer of 2015, near the Indian Head lighthouse that guards the entrance to Summerside Harbour, Bedeque, Prince Edward Island.

The image was created while working on a Creation "C" Grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb). The grant funding permitted me to further develop and hone my artistic vision while dedicating more time to my craft.

Indian Head #1 - Limited Edition Fine Art Print by Dan MacDonald


  • Print Dimensions: 11 x 14 inches
  • Framed Dimensions: 18.5 x 21 inches
  • Edition Size: 10
  • Unframed: $475.00
  • Framed: $750.00

Print Information

Indian Head #1 is a limited edition fine art photographic print. The edition size is limited to a total of 10 copies, after which it will no longer be available for sale at these dimensions. All copies are numbered and signed by the photographer on the front, immediately beneath the image.

The image is printed on acid and lignin-free cotton rag paper using pigment inks, producing an archival quality giclée print.

Unframed copies are sold without mat or backing boards. Overall paper size is approximately 2 inches larger on all sides, providing flexibility for mat and framing options.

Framed copies are sold with a one inch black gallery frame. The mat opening is slightly larger than the image, leaving the edition number and artist's signature visible. All mat and backing materials are archival quality. The print is mounted behind UV-protected non-glare glass. Overall dimensions as framed are 18.5 x 21 inches.

Purchasing Information

Prints are available directly from the photographer, and may be purchased using the menu and "Add to Cart" function below. All prices are in Canadian dollars.

US customers may be subject to additional taxes, duties or brokerage fees - these fees are not included in the price and are wholly the responsibility of the purchaser.

For further information, please contact me.

Indian Head #1 - Fine Art Print

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This activity is supported by the New Brunswick Arts Board. Cette activité est soutenue par le Conseil des arts du Nouveau-Brunswick.