So there a number of art sales throughout the year where I live, and I would like to submit some photography. The thing is it is very rare for anything at these sales to not be 'hand crafted', such as mixed media, paintings on canvas/wood/even records, textile crafts, things made with bones, leather work, etc. Simply selling prints, either alone or matted, didn't seem like a real fit. I decided to instead sell photos printed on canvas, particularly photos which have a sort of 'painting' quality, and have even considered making it a bit of a giclee process with some brushwork, but this feels like the bare minimum. So my question is, what would be some more 'hand crafted' types of ways to present photographic images, either traditional or digital? Such as unique material to print on, maybe hand coloured images? Maybe some sort of emulsion transfer? Really just open to any ideas. At the moment I'm shying away from darkroom wet printing, but if there's any *killer* technique that relies on that I'm willing to entertain it. Thoughts?