Limited Edition Giclée Prints
Giclée (zhee-clay) is a fine art printmaking process used to create precise digital reproductions of original artwork. Giclée prints are created using an ultra high-resolution inkjet printer. Images or paintings are carefully scanned and reproduced using stable pigment-based inks. Each piece of paper or canvas is individually mounted onto the rotating drum. Fine streams of ink droplets are sprayed onto the surface (in this case archival watercolor paper) as the drum spins.
The giclée process provides the highest resolution prints available today -- as high as 1,800 dpi, and can produce over 7 million colors. This means that the resolution is substantially higher than a lithograph with a color range that exceeds that of a serigraph. This print process which captures every nuance of an original, has gained wide acceptance among galleries and museums throughout the world.
A limited edition of 20 Giclée prints are available for each of the following paintings; Glen Echo Bridge No. 1, Patterns Of Growth and Manzanita. Each print is signed and numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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