Giclée (pronounced “gee-clay”) is a French term that refers to the process of spraying a surface with pigments through nozzles with an approximate diameter of one millionth the size of a hair. These nozzles are engineered to vibrate with a crystal, like a quartz watch. A sophisticated digital printer uses archival inks to print the limited edition giclee reproductions from high resolution digital scans.
My giclée reproductions are all signed, numbered, and published in limited editions of no more than 250 by Skylark Images, a fine printmaking studio in Sebastopol, CA. Each giclée is produced on the finest quality archival paper or canvas, professionally treated with ultraviolet protection, and comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity guaranteeing its provenance. The quality of work at Skylark Images is invariably excellent! Since different sizes can be printed on demand to accommodate a client's needs, custom orders are easy to fulfill. Please contact me if you want a special order.