If you’re an artist or an art collector, you may already know that Giclée fine art printing is the gold standard when it comes to producing museum-level quality prints.
The term Giclée — pronounced gee-klay — was initially coined by printmaker Jack Duganne in 1991. Today, it’s used to describe fine art printing using pigment based, archival quality inks, manufactured on advanced inkjet printers.
Difference between Giclée and other print technologies:
Whereas many traditional print technologies — such as lithography — use the classic CMYK 4-color combination (in some instances with the addition of a pantone referenced spot color) Giclée printers use up to 12 individual colors. This gives much smoother gradient transitions and a wider color gamut. In other words, more depth and richness. In the case of recreating artwork such as a watercolor print, the end result is almost indistinguishable from the original. Giclée prints won’t fade when displayed in normal conditions indoors; colors will retain their brilliance for a lifetime.
Giclée printers can print on multiple substrates including canvas, fine art papers and vinyl.
Sanderosa has Giclée printers.
Nancy will work with you to reproduce your original work.
There are several different canvas colors and weights, along with various colors,
textures and weights of Watercolor papers from which to choose.
Please add $10.00 scan fee for each piece, up to 18x24
SIZES Canvas Watercolor Paper Photo Paper
8x10 $25 $20 $20
11x14 $35 $30 $30
16x20 $45 $35 $35
18x24 $50 $40 $40
Larger format is available....ask for details
Sanderosa Art Gallery 3101 Kintzley Ct. Unit R, LaPorte, CO 80535 970.818.8928