Shannon Tomasik: A Ghost And The Lake

Shannon Tomasik: A Ghost And The Lake

"A Ghost And The Lake" is an original photograph by Shannon Tomasik. "The image of a ghost has always stood out strongly to me. It makes me think of being somewhere fully with your heart, but not fully with your being. Of a desire to be seen. Of loneliness, longing, identity, love, fear, calm, unrest, and through it all, a will to hang on." -Shannon Tomasik


16 x 24 inches (406.4 x 609.6 mm) | Edition of 10

12 x 18 inches (304.8 x 457.2mm) | Edition of 10


  • Printed on heavyweight fine-art paper from Hahnemühle.
  • Giclée print made with archival inks. 
  • This print is Museum Quality for the highest age resistance.
  • Signed by Shannon Tomasik, Certificate of Authenticity included.
  • Stamped by Gallery
  • The prints include a 2-inch white margin. 
  • Release date: December 16, 2020


All prints are hand-inspected before shipping.

Framing & Shipping NOT included.


  • Handling

    Keeping your Giclée print rolled in the tube for too long can make it more difficult to flatten upon framing and can damage the fibers in the long run. We recommend that you frame your artwork as soon as possible or keep it in a flat archival box to avoid damaging your print.

  • Sun Damage

    Our prints are made with the highest-quality paper and pigments. Testings have confirmed a print will not fade for over 100 years, and if cared for properly, the lifecycle of the print doubles. If you wish to place your print in direct sunlight, we recommend using conservation or archival glass to protect your print against harmful UV rays.

  • Framing

    The use of UV acrylic glass is highly recommended in order to protect the print from sun damage. All limited edition prints come with a white border for ease of handling and framing. For bespoke framing, contact us after placing an order. 

PriceFrom $350.00
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All limited editions at Waytoomad Gallery are museum-quality prints, accepted by collectors and international museums. The technical combination of acid-free and lignin-free papers, archival inks, and giclée printing make the prints highly resistant to aging. Our prints can reach a lifespan of several hundred years if preserved and treated carefully.