Giclée (pronounced jhee-clay) refers to a method of creating Limited Edition Prints.
Giclée reproductions were originally developed in 1989 as a digital method of Fine Art printing. The French word "Giclée" means "spray of ink", and was created by Jack Duganne, a Printmaker, to represent any ink jet based digital print used as Fine Art.
Our Prints are made with the Highest Quality Archival Pigment Inks Available.
Giclées look like Paintings , and they are "the next best thing" to owning an Original at an affordable price.
For Pricing - Click Here
Our 5-Step Process
1)Printing and Proofing:

The Original Paintings are first Scanned.
Then, working very closely with the printer, the image is Color-Proofed many times
until the Artist is satisfied with the Quality, and the desired results are achieved.
Now the prints are ready for Reproduction.
There are 485 prints in each Edition with an additional 38 Artist Proofs.

2)Stretching and Mounting:
Next the prints are Stretched and Mounted onto Wooden Stretcher Bars.
3)Embellishing and Protection Layer:
Surface Texture is applied with Artist Brushes and Pallet Knives to give it the appearance of an Original Painting. Then a Final Protective Varnish is applied.
All Canvas Prints (Giclées) are framed with a Simple, Flat, Black, Wood, Molding, Wired, and Ready to Hang!
5)Signed and Numbered
The Framed Prints are now ready to be Hand-Signed and Numbered by Dan.


Home | Gallery Entrance | Cats and Dogs and other Critters | Americana and Old World Architecture | Geometrics

*All Images on This Website are Protected under US Copyright Law. Any Reproduction of These Works Including Non-profit use is Prohibited and Subject to Prosecution.

Copyright © Daniel Kessler 2007

All Rights Reserved

Web Design by Robin Renee

Webmasters Steve Kane, Updated by Gijs Aarden,