What are giclée prints?

About the giclée process: The word giclée is derived from the french word gicler meaning "to spray." The giclée process offers the latest technology in fine art reproduction.
     Advances include the use of pigment based inks sprayed on by a large, high quality printer. The pigment based inks are permanent and estimated to retain color stability for an indefinite period beyond 100 years (if the print is given the normal care for artwork; which includes protection from excessive moisture and light).
      By utilizing 100% rag paper the print maintains archival quality. The digital process refines the reproduction quality giving the print a brilliance and color accuracy unmatched by previous methods. The superb quality of the process by my printer, Bob Lizza, at  www.lizzastudios.com makes it possible for super large giclée prints of any of my images. Please inquire about a custom size.