Are these photographs or are these paintings?
They are original photographs that I take and using a variety of computer graphic techniques I creat unique digital giclee photoart that emulates painting styles reminescent of Georgia O'Keeffee.
What is a giclée?
A giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") is the process of making museum quality fine art prints in a process that allows for the portrayal of the finest detail and vibrancy of the artist's original image.
How is your digital photo art printed?
They are printed using Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2, museum quality archival inks, a new 8-color pigment ink system with an enhanced Gloss Optimizer that produces unparalleled glossy prints.
What are they printed on?
My fine art giclée prints are individually produced pieces of photoart, printed on either 100% cotton premium archival fine art paper, gloss photographic resin coated premium paper, or bright white poly/cotton premium gloss canvas.
Will they fade over time?
Independent Wilhelm Research laboratory tests indicate these inks will last 200 years under glass and 300 years in an album.