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Turbots Creek

9 x 12 High Quality Giclee Print $75

North Yarmouth

9 x 12 High Quality Giclee Print $75

Morrills Mills

9 x 12 High Quality Giclee Print $75

Where Have My Roses Gone?

12 x 16 High Quality Giclee Print $75

Seafood Series Lobster

9 x 12 High Quality Giclee Print $75

Seafood Series Crab

8 x 10 High Quality Giclee Print $60

Vermont

12 x 16 High Quality Giclee Print $75

Spaulding HS

12 x 16 High Quality Giclee Print $75

The Marsh

12 x 16 High Quality Giclee Print $75

Kennebunkport Arts

12 x 16 High Quality Giclee Print $75

Summer Heat

7 x 10 High Quality Giclee Print $60

Square Pond

10 x 14  High Quality Giclee Print $75

Still unsure about buying a Giclee? Here is some information to help you decide...

 

Giclee printing produces a product at a higher quality and longer lifespan than a standard desktop inkjet printer. Images are generated from high resolution digital scans and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas, fine art, and photo-base paper.

 

The giclee printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction, using 8 – 12 pigments, rather than the 4 colors you probably have on your home scanner.

 

Resolution on your computer screen is typically 72 dpi (dots per inch). Your home printer is 300 dpi. With a giclee printer, each nozzle is one millionth the size of a strand of hair. So, depending on the giclee printer the dpi output is in the 1000’s.

 

For giclee printing, the paper or substrate used to actually print the final piece must be of archival quality. All of my work is either on a heavy Arches or Somerset, both professional brand papers which are acid free and consist of a 100% cotton or rag base. These are the best papers for longevity and color reproduction.

This combination of quality inks, resolution, and paper produce artwork that can last up to 100 years, a museum quality piece.

Kennebunkport Arts