The giclee (gee-clay) process is a method of producing fine arts prints with high quality dyes and excellent color sensitivity. These prints reproduce the piece with amazing clarity and are made on archival-quality paper and/or canvas.
Though this is a highly technical
and expensive method of reproduction, it still enables one to acquire works where the original may no longer be available. It is also an affordable way of collecting art that may be too expensive otherwise. And, for some works, more than one size is available.
There are two print bins displaying works of various artists represented by the gallery. Original watercolors,
serigraphs and monoprints are also included in this collection.