Giclee Fine Art Printing

The term Giclée — pronounced gee-klay — was initially coined by printmaker Jack Duganne in 1991. Today, it's used to describe fine art digital printing made on inkjet printers.

A selection of prints from my original paintings are available to order in a variety of sizes and either mounted or unmounted. Printed to an excellent standard with archival Pigment inks on 300gsm cotton rag fine art paper, archival and artsure approved. If there is a particular size you want and you don't see it, please get in touch.

 

All prints are signed by me, numbered, titled and limited to a print run of just 50, in each edition.

I would be happy to organize framing of prints or originals for you to collect from Newmills Farm Studio. Unfortunately I currently only ship within the UK but special arrangements could be made if you contact me directly with your requirements.

Unmounted Prints

'Rolling Tides' 177X126 mm.tif

Mounted Prints

'Amaryllis' 177X126 mm.tif