Our art prints are created on Epson Velvet Fine Art Papers. This 100% cotton fiber paper features an acid-free base with an elegant velvet surface that produces a high quality image.
The images, selected for reproducing into Fine Art Prints, are carefully selected from our base of original paintings. Then the original is photographed, in natural sun light, using a high resolution camera setting. The act of photographing in , natural sun light, creates an image that simulates the original image's features and colors.
What is a Giclee'?
The term used to describe this print making process is Giclee' (Gee' clay), which means that each image is an individually produced, high-resolution product. Giclee's can be produced on watercolor paper or canvas in small or large formats.
This printing process uses light-fast inks. These inks are designed to keep their true color for up to 25 years, if the image is kept out of the sun.
What is a Serigraph?
Serigraphy, also known as silk screening or screen-printing, is the process of producing an image, by pressing color through a fabric stencil comprised of porous and non-porus sections. The image may be produced onto a number of surfaces; canvas, watercolor paper, ceramic or wood.