We offer multiple types of high-quality art prints. All works are produced in limited sets. See below to learn more about each unique process:
A Serigraph is a rendition of an original artwork created by the silk-screen printing process.The creation of a serigraph is a very labor-intensive hands-on artistic procedure that requires many weeks or months to be completed depending on the number of screens. Each copy is signed and numbered by the artist.Serigraph prints are created in a limited edition, never to be reproduced beyond the original set.
Derived from a French term meaning "sprayed ink," the word giclée is used to describe a high-quality print generated on a fine art printer using archival inks and paper by a skilled digital printmaker. The utmost care and attention to detail has been followed to produce a print that accurately represents the artist's vision.
Lithography literally means “an image from stone." Lithography is a planographic printmaking process in which a design is drawn onto a flat stone (or prepared metal plate, usually zinc or aluminum) and affixed by means of a chemical reaction.
A remarque is a unique edition that features a hand drawn embellishments to the print by the artist.
Visit our FAQ to learn more about proper care for framing and displaying.