What is a a giclée print? Pronounced (zhee-CLAY), it is an individually produced, high-resolution, high-fidelity reproduction made on a large-format inkjet printer. Giclées are produced from digital photographs or scans of existing artwork.
I control all aspects of the printing process-- from the photographing of the original painting to the color correction to the printing. The inks I use are archival and the surface is a heavy, all rag (non-yellowing) paper that is specifically designed for giclée prints.
If you see a painting on my blog that you'd like to have reproduced as a giclee print, let me know!