6. Giclée Prints
Giclée prints are now widely shown and distributed throughout the world. The main reason for the acceptance of the giclée print and its notable growth is its quality. In printing, no screen or other mechanical devices is used and therefore there is no visible dot screen pattern. Also, the special inks used for giclée are light-fast. The image has all the tonalities and hues of the original painting. In the following prints, all images are “enhanced”, meaning that the artist has retouched each print so that within the edition of 95, every print is slightly different from each other, making it the closest to its original without the price of the original.
Village Green; giclee print on canvas 24×24″; Edition of 95
Florid Energy; giclee print on canvas 28×38″; Edition of 95
Rehearsal; giclee print on canvas 22×30″; Edition of 95
Useful information. Lucky me I discovered your web site by accident, and I’m shocked why this twist of fate did not took place in advance! I bookmarked it.
i am fascinated by your work which I first came across in our local gallery. I am especially taken by ‘Laughing in the Rain’, but am not sure if it has already sold; if so are giclee prints available?
Laughing in the Rain comes in original only. It is in watercolor 22×15″, and I still have it at home.
You are a fabulous artist.I have had a watercolor called Vancouver Aquarium signed and painted by you in my house for a few years, about 10 or more,but I cannot find any history on it. Did you do a series for the aquarium? I spent a lot of time in Vancouver when my son was in Emily Carr but not so much anymore. I think I bought it there. Is that possible.?
It was commissioned by Vancouver Aquarium for their fund-raising. So the chances are that you bought it there. I did a series of several paintings in the same style many years ago, but they were not for the Aquarium.