Giclee is a term coined in 1991 by Jack Duganne (road manager for singer/photographer Graham Nash of CSNY fame) for fine art digital prints made using inkjet technology.  He derived the word from the French verb “gicler,” meaning to spray, spout, or squirt.  When used correctly, Giclee Prints refer to ultra-high-resolution reproductions or printed digitally created artwork using only pigmented inks deposited into museum-quality, archival, cotton rag papers or canvas.  In the case of artwork created digitally by this process, each print may be considered an original.  Images printed in this manner have a fade resistant longevity of more than 100 years.

All my artwork is scanned and printed by Digital Arts Studio in Atlanta, Georgia.  In my opinion, the quality of their prints is unfailingly stunning.   Each Giclee Print will be signed individually by me.  Hahnemuhle Fine Art has produced the world’s finest mold-made, cotton rag papers since 1564.  Digital Arts Studio is the first Hahnemuhle fine art digital printer in Georgia and the only one in Atlanta.  The designation is only bestowed on printers who have demonstrated the highest level of expertise in digital printing.  In fact, there are only about two dozen such certified studio printers in the USA. 

Prints are available on a variety of fine art archival papers, as well as stretched and un-stretched canvas.  You can even get the prints made on wood or aluminum.  I used the Arches Aquarelle Watercolor Paper for the print prices listed on my website.  Once Digital Arts Studio has made the Giclee Print you ordered, they will package it with a foam core backing board in a clear bag.  They will then either ship it to you anywhere in the world, or, if you so desire, I will hand-deliver it to you locally.  Please inquire about any special requests, as Digital Arts can make breath-taking Giclee Prints from 8” by 10” up to 60” by 92” in size on a wide variety of materials.  There is not a higher quality print process in the world of Fine Art!