Gift for All Seasons

After the Storm

Good Times

A Grand August Morn

Canyon Shadows

Morning Watch


What are Giclée Fine Art Prints

Museum-quality Giclée reproductions are recognized as ‘the next best thing’ to owning the original canvas artwork and can be found in the world’s finest museums and art galleries.

The word giclée (pronounced zhee-clay) is French, meaning ‘spray of ink.’ Giclées are computer-generated images of very high resolutions for printing. The archival pigmented inks are specially engineered for durability and fade resistance and the preciseness of the printing along with the brilliant depth of color range captures the minute details and subtleties of the original image. The image is printed on a Canon iPF8000 wide format 12-color ink jet printer.

Each giclée fine art print is printed on 18 mil cotton canvas and is sold unstretched and unframed with a 2 inch white canvas border surrounding the image. Fine art canvas prints are protected with a special matte laminate finish to protect from scuffs, scratches and UV exposure.

With proper care and protection, prints can be enjoyed for generations. To further protect your investment, make certain that all other framing and backing materials are acid-free materials intended for fine art longevity. And as with any artwork, even oils, keep it out of direct sunlight.

Each Limited Edition Giclée print
comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.