A giclee is an archival fine art print created from a hi-resolution scan of the original work of art. Printed on archival paper or canvas using a pigment-based inkjet printer. These pigments last up to 100-200 years vs. a typical inkjet printer.
Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. The piece is “limited edition” which means there will only be a certain number of prints made of each piece. This one is limited to 100.
I create mixed media pieces of artwork depicting dreamlike, nostalgic and natural scenes using a combination of collage, pattern, texture and layers of acrylic paint. My subjects vary a great deal from people walking in the rain, street/location scenes to animals and nature. But the thread of similarity throughout my pieces are the collaging of pages from old books, sheet music and other found papers into my artwork. A few years back, I felt using words and phrases in my work could help me tell the meaning behind each work of art. It could also help me tell my story, help others see their own story in my work and it could be a daily whisper of encouragement and hope to anyone who sees my pieces.