R D E R P R I N T S
Giclée Reproductions on Canvas
best method of reproducing artists' paintings is called
giclée (pronounced zhee-CLAY). This
is where a mixture of inks are sprayed at a superfine resolution
(up to millions of droplets per square inch*) upon a medium
such as art paper or canvas.
limited edition giclées are produced using
fade-resistant inks on archival-quality canvas, which is
then stretched over a durable wood frame. Each reproduction
is made unique with hand-applied surface coatings applied
by Nicole herself by brush and pallet knife, then signed.
a fraction of the price of an original, one can have a breathtaking,
signed edition, worthy of a prominent place in one's home
or workspace. Contact
Nicole to discuss size and price options.
*Giclée prints can
be rendered at resolutions as high as 740 dots per linear
inch, in six, seven and eight pigment combinations, resulting
in up to 4.38 million droplets per square inch.