The most advanced & perfected technology in fine art reproduction is the giclée printing method. Giclée, pronounced (zhee-clay), is a French term meaning “spray of ink”. Creating a giclée print requires the utmost care and attention on the part of the printer.

A beautiful, museum quality reproduction or print isn’t just a product of using the right equipment, media or inks. It’s a product of decades of experience, through much trial and error, and years of research. It is in our very existence to print things right the very first time.

THE PROCESS

The original painting is photographed and a digital image is created, which is then read by a computer. Les will then do any color corrections needed, and send the revised image to a twelve color, large format printer. The printer produces the image by delivering a fine spray of ink, up to a million micro droplets per second. Each droplet is four times smaller than a human hair. The display of a full color spectrum allows for the portrayal of the finest detail and vibrancy of the artist’s original image and maximum resolution of color density. The image is printed on a choice from a selection of watercolor paper, canvas or photo paper – depending on the desires of the artist. The print, if canvas, can then be stretched on a choice of stretcher bars and even gallery wrapped if desired. Watercolor or photo prints are ready to go! Giclée prints have been shown in museums and galleries throughout the world. Palette Arts is pleased to offer you museum quality giclée prints at an affordable price. Every giclée reproduction is accompanied by a personalized certificate of authenticity, that reflects the quality, style, clarity and color correctness of the reproduction. We do not (and will never) outsource any giclee printing.Oh, and did we mention our canvas and watercolor reproductions and prints are guaranteed for Life when following the recommended care guidelines