Giclée Fine Art Printing

Giclée Fine Art prints

use the smallest dot size aqueous ink output on various substrates to produce the highest quality, sharpest detail and smoothest gradation prints produced in today's fine art market. All the inks and substrates are archival and have a life expectancy of over 100 years. We use three substrates in the fine art print market. Canvas, watercolor and photo papers.

Giclée Canvas

is available in three formats. Gallery Wrap canvas which is stretched over 1 1/2" high stretcher bars. Museum Wrap canvas which is stretched over 3/4" high stretcher bars. Rolled canvas printed with a 2" border for future stretching. In our shop, we print both the Gallery Wrap and Museum Wrap canvases with a mirrored edge to give it a continuous look around the edges. Rolled canvases are printed with a white edge.

Giclée Watercolor prints

are printed on a lightly textured fine art paper which shows very fine ink saturation. These prints are soft looking with deep color rendition. When framed these prints give a complete artistic rendition of your art. Museum glass usage is recommended to show the true colors of this medium.

Giclée Photo prints

are printed on photo luster paper. The paper exhibits the finest details of your image clearly. Luster paper has a nice gloss to it with less contrast than high gloss papers. It is perfect for custom framing by cutting down the glare under glass. Color rendition is very true to life.