~ Giclées ~ Art Without the Cost!
Giclée (gee-CLAY) or (ZHēˈklā) 1) technology for fine art or photograph reproduction using a high-quality inkjet printer to make individual copies. 2) a print produced using the giclée process, most commonly on canvas or fine art paper.
Jemez Truck, Original Oil 12x16 on canvas board $325
Jemez Truck,12x16 Gallery Wrap Canvas Giclée $125 ready for delivery
We all want interesting art on our walls, but not all of us are able to buy what we like. One way to have great art without the cost is to purchase a canvas giclée.
There are so many great things about canvas giclées! First, it can be created in almost any size you want, depending on the resolution of the photograph of the art. Small to huge! I always take my originals to a professional photographer, Pat Berrett, who does a great job for me!
The canvas can also be stretched on deep (thick) stretcher bars to create what's called a "gallery wrap" canvas that doesn't need to be framed.
Another HUGE savings! Also, if you loved a piece that has sold and the artist had it photographed, you may be able to purchase a giclée.
I always sign and number my giclée prints. Most artists do, so you know it hasn't been mass-produced.
Lately I've been making a lot of 8x10 giclées. They are a great size for gifts and smaller areas! Shown in pairs here are printed on 8x10" canvas with archival pigment inks and framed simply to fit in with any decor and are only $30 ea. with $10 S/H if not ordered locally.
Drop me an email if you'd like to see any of these or other images in person as an 8x10 giclée! I've created and 8x10 or 8x8 giclée for nearly every piece I've painted.