The word Giclee is French and is pronounced Zee-clay.  My prints start with an original that is scanned on a high resolution scanner.  In Giclee printing, no screen or other devices are used and therefore there is no visible dot screen pattern.  The image has all the tones and hues of the original painting. The ink we use is a special archival ink which is then printed on canvas.  We have our own printer so the quality is maintained to the highest standards. The print then gets coated with an advanced U.V. protection which makes it light fast.

Giclees are recognized as fine art prints by museums all over the world.

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