Giclée prints are archival digital reproduction prints of high quality made with high-tech ink jet printers. The word “giclée” is derived from a French term meaning “to spray ink.” This process allows control over millions of possible colors and precise control over color hue, value, and density.

With recent development of inks, dyes, and paper combinations these giclée prints are longer lasting—some over 100 years. Images are printed on acid free 100% rag paper; this process results in optimal print quality.

I hope that these prints will provide you with as much pleasure as I had in creating the original watercolor paintings.
Prints are matted and backed in acid-free board, ready to frame. Prints are also available framed, in antique gold or silver wood.

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