A Giclee (zhee-CLAY) is a high-resolution reproduction done on a special wide format printer. Giclees are produced from digital scans of existing artwork and combines the use of professional grade large format printers with archival pigmented inks, archival papers or artists canvas.

This method of reproduction produces prints that are superior to traditional lithography. The colors are brighter, longer lasting (100+ years) with a resolution so high that prints are virtually continuous toned; and with a wider color gamut (range) the amount of detail produced has now become the standard for archival, museum quality printed art.

To best care for art prints, do not display it in direct sunlight. It is always best to frame all prints, ideally under UV filtering glass.

Artist Joe Satterwhite's Giclee printing is done by the artist personally, and he is solely responsible for the entire process. (Commercial printing services are not offered).

From the creation of the original art, the printing, marketing, handling and shipping are all done by the artist. Collectors can be assured they are receiving the highest quality and an extremely accurate representation of the art.
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