The French word "Giclée" (pronounced zhee-clay) translates in English to "spraying of ink".
Giclée prints are high-resolution digital reproductions of original artwork using sophisticated printers that spray tiny droplets of ink onto media such as watercolor papers, canvas and other substrates.
The Giclée process provides better color accuracy than any other means of reproduction. Done properly, Giclée prints are hard to distinguish from original artwork. Highly collectable, Giclée prints are an established medium in the fine arts community and are well accepted in museums and galleries around the world.
Prints can be produced on the high quality Watercolor Paper or Canvas.
Prints on canvas are hand embellished by artist, using acrylic texture paste and acrylic paints