Each gallery displays an array of gallery images. Click on an image to see a painting in a larger format, with size, price, and other information (*indicates the original artwork is sold).
Select original paintings are also available in both Giclée paper and canvas, signed and numbered limited editions.
The art of fine art printing has become more precise with the advent of the revolutionary Giclée (pronounced “ghee-clay”) printing process. In the Giclée process, a fine stream of ink droplets (only one trillionth of a liter in volume each) is sprayed onto archival art paper or canvas. Via precise computer control over hundreds of ink nozzles, various combinations of these droplets can create billions of highly-saturated colors.
Since no screens are used in Giclée printing, the prints have higher resolution than lithographs and the dynamic color range is greater than serigraphy. While the process itself is extremely “hi-tech”, the results produced are the most natural-looking prints as close to the original as possible.