Giclée prints on museum
quality archival paper.
(zhee-clay), derived from the French word for “spray,” is a fine
art technique that maintains color accuracy.
Calibrated archival quality inks are laid onto acid-free, 100% cotton,
museum quality paper. Every print is
hand-signed by the artist.
Giclée prints range in
price from $95-$600. Ask for a quote if you’re looking for an even
Fine Art Prints on 120 lb. paper.
frame. The rectangular images fit standard 14”x18” frames; the15"
square images will fit the new LP standard frames (12.5”x12.5”) if the
white border is trimmed off.
The fine art prints are $20 each.
studied under a Japanese woodcut blockprint master where she
learned to transfer the elements of her images onto wood. She
carves the wood, and prints from that
carving, creating a woodcut blockprint.
The number of woodblocks carved equals the number of colors in the
woodcut blockprints range in price from
with all fine art, avoid exposing your print to excessive sunlight,
moisture, which may cause fading. The
artist retains all copyrights and this work may not be duplicated
in any form without written permission by the artist.
PO Box 579
Moab, Utah 84532