Giclée printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks (anywhere from 8-12 of the world's finest pigments) and archival substrates to print on large format printers. Translated, it means to squirt or spray, in French. The term Giclée is a truncated word that was coined by a printmaker back in 1991 and has since stuck. Ultimately, these types of prints are of the highest quality, printed on acid-free fine art paper or archival canvas materials, and color-matched exactly to the original painting or photograph. Giclée printing is often used by artists to make reproductions of their original two-dimensional artwork, photographs, or computer-generated art for resale while preserving the original.
Analisa Chase Fine Art (ACFA) uses a local print shop in Bluffton, SC to create beautiful replications of her original artwork. For pricing and availability, please contact her by using the reachable method provided below.