About the Prints

All images, except where noted, are available as limited edition giclée prints, signed and numbered. A certificate of authenticity is included with each print purchased.


Giclée printing is a superior process for creating extremely high quality images from digital files. The word giclée is descriptive of ink-jet technologies, based on the French word "le gicleur" meaning "nozzle", or more specifically "gicler" meaning "to squirt, spurt, or spray". Using fade-resistant archival inks as well as archival substrates, the giclée process produces images with exceptional resolution, the broadest possible color gamut, and very smooth gradients. Additionally, proofs of each digital file are carefully inspected to ensure that the quality of the final print is worthy of hanging in a gallery or museum. The paper used is Hahnemühle photo rag.

Please note that the size of each image represents the image itself on the substrate; typically, there is at least a one-inch border around the image.