What is a Giclée?
Traditional press prints are mostly limited to 4-6 color printing, whereas giclée prints are created typically using professional 8-12 color printers through a highly sophisticated inkjet printing process. The professional inks used are guaranteed to withstand fading up to 160 years. Most artists cannot guarantee that on their originals!
Fine art galleries and museums have begun to realize the vast potential of this technology and have made giclée editions a permanent part of their collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Artin New York, Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, and Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, to name a few.
Liz’s work is printed on only the highest quality, acid-free, archival papers, and archival linen canvases, guaranteeing that her giclée reproductions will become heirloom pieces that can be passed down for many generations.