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Mackinac Memories

Photography by Jennifer Wohletz

Photography by Jennifer Wohletz

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Decorate your home with Mackinac Island, Great Lakes and floral wall art.  The award-winning photographs by Mackinac Island resident Jennifer Wohletz offer unique perspectives of the Mackinac Bridge, the Great Lakes, Mackinac Island and flowers blooming in island gardens. Special order any image by Jennifer featured in her collection of Mackinac Island inspired coffee table books and MIMI the Monarch.  View her portfolio online at, contact her for details at and/or visit Main Street Art's gallery to learn more.


A fine art photograph printed on acid-free art luster paper or metal using archival ink.  The image is guaranteed to last a lifetime for you to enjoy.  


Print Material Options

Art Paper (Luster):  Luster professional paper is known for delivering prints with rich color and exceptional highlight detail. Luster finish.  We recommend framing the print with an acid-free mat and conservation glass to preserve it for generations to enjoy.

  • Mounted: Mounting the print to a .080” thick acid-free substrate keeps it flat and protects against warping. 
  • Coated: Spraying the print with a protective spray guards it from UV light, moisture, scratches and atmospheric contaminants.  May be framed or hung without glass. 

Metal Print:  Dye is directly infused into specially coated .040" thick aluminum with rounded corners to create brilliant images.  Available in a matte finish.  The sublimation process acts as a tough barrier that protects against UV rays, scratches and dirt.  May be displayed outside in a protected, shady area with no direct sunlight.  Ready to hang with a black standout frame attached to the back.  Hanging hardware included.

Please note:  We recommend using a clean, lint-free cloth to dust the coated, canvas and metal fine art prints. No cleaners containing ammonia, abrasives, or corrosive chemicals should be used.  

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