Giclee (pronounced Ghee-clay) is a French word meaning "spray of ink or liquid". Giclee reproductions were originally developed as "state of the art" technology in digital fine art printing. The Giclee process produces prints which are rich and saturated with color and has the ability to render the finest detail.
Unlike lithographs and serigraphs, Giclees have undergone extensive third-party fade testing. Giclees are shown in major museums and galleries throughout the world. My prints are made with pigment-based archival inks on archival canvas. Each print is treated with a protective acrylic matte or semi gloss finish.
Treat a Giclee print the same as any original artwork, protecting it from water and prolonged direct sunlight. My Giclee prints are produced on canvas, like the original paintings, which give each print a similar look and feel to the original work of art.