Panoramas

The panoramas are available in several formats.
You can view them below or stop by Buchanan Gallery where there are several on display as well as available for purchase.

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These panoramas are printed on a linen-based material. They stick to painted drywall, glass and wood without any damage to surfaces, and are re-stickable up to 200 times.

Price: $100 + HST each
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Very attractive, these boardmount panoramas have a key-hole hanger built into the back and the edges are painted black.

Price: $150 + HST each

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A framed and matted wall hanging is another option. Frames are constructed of real wood painted black and measure 31″ wide x 10.5″ high.

Price: $240 + HSTFramed-Wall-Hanging2
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Pick Your Panorama
Please contact me regarding the panorama you would like and the display format of your choice. I may have it in stock at the gallery, or can order it in. The order will take about 1 – 2 weeks to arrive, depending on time of year. You will be notified by email or phone when your panorama is ready for pickup.

Custom Orders
If you’d like a Peel n’ Stick panorama but you’d prefer a different size, custom orders are available. You can also click here to see some photos of how other clients have displayed their panoramas. There are a few size variations available for the Peel N’ Stick option. I have also had customers order more than one panorama on one poster. Please contact me so that we can discuss your ideas.

Shipping
If you prefer, or if you live outside of the Shelburne area, shipping options can be discussed.  Shipping and handling fees will apply.

Please Note: A 50% down payment is required at time of order.

 

I began taking panoramas of Shelburne’s waterfront to record how beautiful our little town looks from across the harbour. The first panorama was taken on the first day of Spring, 2011. I photograph these panoramas every season so that, over time, we will begin to see changes to the waterfront area. Each photo is a time capsule.
~ Lisa Buchanan

 

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