You can own an archival print
of any of my paintings
You can purchase prints of any of my paintings shown on the “Watercolors” page as an Archival Giclée Print. That means the print is fade resistant for 75 plus years or more.
All Giclée Prints are limited to an edition of 100 and are hand signed by me and numbered. You can read more about Giclée Prints in the “What Is An Archival Giclée Print” section below.
Use the “Order Form” section below to place an order. There you’ll find the size and price options for each print.
Free Shipping & Processing
The prices listed in the “Order Form” below include free shipping to the continental U.S. 48 states. For Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and international orders outside the United States, please contact me to discuss the best and least expensive shipping method that best suits your needs.
Within 5 business days of receiving your order, an Archival Giclee Print will be made, packaged in a protection proof mailing tube, and shipped to you using U.S. Post Office Priority Mail. You will receive an email the day the print is shipped, giving you all pertinent tracking information.
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What is an archival “Giclée” print
Giclée (pronounced zhee-clay) prints are produced from digital images which are output by high-resolution ink-jet printers. Highly collectable, artists recognise the quality of the Giclée prints and they are found in the finest galleries and museums around the world. Including numerous examples of giclee prints that can be found at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, one of the most pretigious art museums today. A Giclée print produces the highest resolution and color saturation possible today. Making it the closest duplication of original artwork that it is currently possible to achieve.
Using fade-resistant archival inks on the best quality acid free archival fine art paper, a Giclée print will give fade and color shift protection for 75+ years if you display it out of direct sunlight and behind a framed display glass.
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