My images are CERTIFIED MUSEUM QUALITY GICLEE PRINTS.

The word giclee (pronounced “ghee-clay”) is French for to squirt or spurt. It is a relatively new digital process and has been around since 1985. My ORIGINAL PAINTING is digitally captured by an ultra-sophisticated professional 4x6 camera containing 108 million pixels, about 335 Mb per shot, using a state of the art universal spectrum polarized lighting system. After color correction and proofing, a giclee of the original is printed onto waterfast canvas or rag paper, using a series of tiny spray nozzles that emit many millions of droplets per second. This method gives a much higher resolution than lithography. Because of the way the millions of drops are sprayed and mixed using the 7-color pigmented ink system, you get a wider range of color than almost any other type of print available on the market, with up to 16.3 million colors. All inks are 100-year pigmented archival inks.

I hope that you enjoy my paintings.


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