"Seeing Through the Eyes of Tradition"
Gallery 2 (slideshow)
What is a Giclee print?
A GiClee (zhee-clay) is an individually produced,
high-resolution, high-fidelity reproduction
done on a special large format printer.
They are produced from digital scans of existing artwork
and can be printed on any number of media,
from canvas to watercolor paper to transparent acetates.
The colors are brighter, last longer, and are so high-resolution
that they are virtually continuous tone, rather than tiny dots.
The images have all the tonality
and hues of the original painting.
They are printed on museum type Acid Free,
Archival Pigmented Ink, and UV resistant.
Images printed have a life span
of about 200 years before fading.
When printed on canvas they are the closest reproduction
to an original artwork.
South rim Grand Canyon