A giclée (zhee-CLAY) is a high-resolution reproduction done from digital scans of original artwork onto premium certified archival canvas. 

 

The large format printer uses twelve colors in the printing process which produces a more accurate range of colors than the typical six or eight used by conventional inkjet printers.  

 

The colors are bright, last longer, and are so high-resolution that they appear as a continuous tone rather than tiny dots. The completed print is hand varnished with an acrylic polymer to provide U.V. and abrasion protection.


 

 

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