"Forest Glow I" 8"x8" giclee
Fall foliage is set on fire as the emerging sun shines through the trees. Printed on rag paper with a subtle sheen. The listed product is the print only, unframed.
Framing services are available upon request. Here are a couple DIY options also:
Local: For those in the Seattle area, Annie's Art and Frame on Market Street in Ballard typically has a nice set of 8"x8" frames in stock.
Online: The second image shows the print in the Marin frame from Framebridge.com. I've used Framebridge for framing for my own art collection. They do very nice work at a very reasonable price.
As a small business with delicate product, I don't accept returns. If there are any issues with your order, please contact me to discuss.
WHAT IS A GICLEE ANYWAY?
Giclee (pronounced “zhee-clay”) is a French term meaning “to spray”, referring to how an inkjet printer works and how giclee prints are usually produced. Giclees are printed on high resolution printers with up to 12 ink cartridges to allow precise color matching and 300 dots per inch (DPI) for fine resolution and detail. This also requires high resolution image files, and the use of archival inks and papers.