What are Limited Edition Archival Digital Prints?
Limited edition archival digital fine art prints, formerly referred to as "Giclees" are produced with the continuous ink jet technology of a digital printer. Four million tiny droplets per second by four calibrated color streams of archival ink are deposited on absorbent paper, canvas or other material favored by the artist.
The expert printmaker and artist oversee every detail of the reproduction process. The result is a magnificent display of color with the precise hue, value and intensity of the original. Limited Edition Archival Digital Prints have been shown in exhibitions and purchased for permanent collections in museums through out the united States and abroad.