The prints in these collections are on the finest grade 18X24 100 year life canvases, stretched on a gallery wrapped chassis and ready to hang on the wall. The Betterlight scanning system used to create these prints is set up specifically for documenting original artwork; it is the same method for fine art reproduction used by museums and other high-end digital publishers. This means that the quality of these scans is unrivaled by all other artwork reproduction methods.
Living most of his life in Alaska, Roger Pike had developed a great love for the Alaskan people. For 25 of those years, he managed his own wholesale business supplying gift shops with Eskimo art, Native art and early Alaskana. Flying into small villages to buy handicrafts from the native people, he couldn’t help but notice that from miles away, the first sight to be seen was the church. It was always the largest building, the most beautiful and colorful building in the village.