Gallery Info Page
Welcome to Jay Stock's Gallery of fine art images.
The images contained on this web site are the result of Jay's
50 plus years of photographic study, exploration and enrichment;
it is our pleasure to present them to you. We would like to share
with you some specific information about these images, prior to
Initially all Silver Prints have been hand printed
and processed, according to Museum archival standards, on fiber
based paper. Their overall print dimension is 11x14, with their
image dimension being approximate in size. These fine art silver
prints are of the finest quality possible and created to meet
the highest of standards.
All Vintage Silver Prints are hand printed on fiber
based paper containing very high silver content. This paper,
which was manufactured by the Eastman Kodak Company, has been
discontinued for many years. These images are especially desirable,
for both their visual impact and limited availability. These vintage
silver prints are of the finest quality possible and created to
meet the highest of standards. Images printed on this paper are
traditionally found in photographic collections of the world's
In addition to fine art prints, Jay's web site features
his two fine art publications, Inspirational Impressionistic Images
and Visions of Our Native American Heritage. Original prints
of images from both of these publications may also be purchased.
Jay's Polar Bear and Havasupai Indian Grandmother Posters, as
well as a Navajo Indian Portfolio are also presented on this site.
Jay's limited edition Photographic Family Woodblock Print commemorating
Jay's work as a photographic educator and the students who have
become a part of his extended family is showcased as well. A
special Silver Print, Remember When, is offered as an invitation
to you, to experience Jay's fine art photography first hand.
Last, but certainly not least is Jay's Today's Faces of American
Indians Limited Edition Bound Portfolio, this portfolio was presented
to the United States at a White House Ceremony during the bicentennial
Now that you have some knowledge about the images featured
on Jay's web site, you are invited to visit the Gallery and Book
pages to witness first hand the artistry of Jay Stock. If you
wish to learn more about Jay and his accomplishments, then please
visit the pages featuring biographical information on Jay and