The word Giclée (pronounced jee - clay or zhee - clay) is derived from a French term meaning "spray of ink." Simply put, a Giclée print is a reproduction of an original work of fine art that has been digitally photographed, and uses archival media, archival inks, and high-resolution inkjet printing techniques.
James Weikert Original Art giclée prints are printed on an Epson Stylus Pro printer using archival certified paper by Breathing Color and archival Epson inks. Each print is personally signed and ready to be framed.
Giclée prints should be treated with the same care as any piece of fine art. The printed surface should not be touched, as dirt and oils may damage the image. Prints should be framed under glass using acid-free mounting materials and kept out of direct sunlight for increased longevity.