Giclée (pronounced ghee-clay) originates from the French verb “to spray”, and is used to describe a digital high resolution print providing a look and feel similar to that of original artwork. Prints are available on original artists materials such as watercolour paper and canvas.
Fine Art reproduction has been revolutionised with the giclée printing process due to the exceptional results it produces. The brilliant colour, sharp definition, and tone give a visual quality, which is eye-catching and captures the characteristics of the original artwork.
I produce giclee prints on 2 types of paper. My small prints are generally printed on 230gm acid free paper. My large and extra large prints are printed on 280gsm archival cotton rag acid free paper. All prints use 12 pigment inks and are UV fade resistant quality.