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What is a Giclee Print?A Giclee Print is an exceptional reproduction of an original work of art. The original work is scanned using highly sensitive digital equipment, meticulously color matched to the original and produced with highly pigmented, fade resistant inks on archival paper or canvas.
What is a numbered Limited Edition?Numbered Limited Editions mean that only a predetermined number of prints will ever be available of a particular painting in a given size, and these will have their number and edition number written on them. Example: #7 of 25 is indicated as 7/25 on the print. While many artists sign their prints, I do not. I believe that having my name on the art once is enough. I want you to enjoy the artwork without such additional writing on it. In the event you desire a giclee print of one of my artworks, in a size that is not offered here on the website, please contact me.
What is the difference between Framed, Gallery Wrapped, and Rolled giclee prints?Rolled: Your giclee print, on canvas, is rolled, put into a shipping tube and sent to you. The print image will have enough margin of canvas around the image that you can take the print to a frame shop to be stretched and possibly framed, as you prefer. Gallery Wrapped: Your giclee print, on canvas, is stretched onto wood stretcher boards - wrapped around the 1.5” thick outer edge, and stapled to the back side. A gallery wrapped print can be hung without a frame, or it can be framed and hung… as you desire. Framed: Your giclee print on canvas is stretched and framed, ready to hang.
What do the frames look like?Frames for original paintings are made by the artist of pine wood in a shadowbox style and stained and or painted to best complement the painting they are made for. These frames are made as a gift to the collector. Please see pics below. *Pictures coming soon Frames for Giclee Prints are also very nice shadowbox style frames, made of composite material. Most are a warm natural color, however there are a few images that look better in a darker colored frame and so we send those images in a darker frame. The Lamb of God is an example of an image we put into the darker frame. See pics below. *Pictures coming soon
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