What is a Gicleé (pronounced gee-clay) Print?

Like offset lithographs, Gicleé prints start with an original painting. Unlike offset lithographs where each dot is encircled by a white space, the ink is sprayed on to the paper as droplets. Each droplet bleeds into the paper creating more continuous tones and more vibrant colors. Since mine are printed on acid free watercolor paper, they have the textured look and feel of an original painting.

Most printmakers guarantee the inks for 100 years.

Yes, Gicleés are more expensive than offset lithos but consider this:

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