What is a Giclee?
'Giclee' pronounced (ghee-clay) is derived from the french work 'gicleur' meaning 'nozzle'. Giclee is the verb 'to spray' as from a nozzle and thus the object of a spraying nozzle would be the giclee.
This state of the art printing system utilized patented technology with unprecedented versatility, a large colour palette and increased tonal range. Each of the inks are ejected from a nozzle aperture approximately ¼ the diameter of a human hair.
More a mist than a spray, the printer applies some 11 million droplets of ink per square inch. Because the dots overlap, the result is a continuous tone image. These quality fine art prints will provide the collector with the confidence of owning giclees that will stand the test of time in colour fidelity and intensity.
"my personal involvement in the creation of this giclee provides each collector with the assurance of artistic quality!' Peter Robson