When you need original artwork printed, you need a fine art artist who shares your vision. For giclèe art prints, contact Michael Ostaski, a world-renowned fine art artist. Michael offers giclèe prints on stretched canvas in various sizes, as well as poster board and paper prints.
What is Giclèe Art?
Giclèe (pronounced “gee-clay”) is a reliable printing process celebrated by the art community. A giclèe print is able to capture the original artwork better than other reproduction techniques, rendering it superior to other printing processes. Museums across the country have made giclèe editions a part of their collections.
What Makes Giclèe Different?
What makes giclèe different from other printing methods? In giclèe printing, no screen or other mechanical devices are used and therefore, there is no visible dot screen pattern. The image has all the tonalities and hues of the original painting.
Giclèe is a French term meaning to spray or squirt, which is how an inkjet printer works. However, it is not the same as a standard inkjet printer, and is much larger. Each print is created using the finest stretched canvas or acid free, matte finish photo paper.
Reproduction Giclèe Art
If Michael has created a favorite painting of yours, but the original is out of reach, choose reproduction giclèe art to have your favorite artwork right in your home or business. Each giclèe print of Michael’s work comes with a title and edition number to guarantee its authenticity.
Michael runs a series of prints and numbers them 1/50. If you have print 1/50, it means you have the first of 50 copies and no more will be printed than the last number of reproductions, for example, 20/100, etc.
Michael is a fine art artist who provides state-of-the-art original giclèe. An original giclèe is a print that has an extra touch of paint applied by the artist and re-signed so no 2 prints are the same!
Visit the MosArt Gallery!
See more of Michael’s art at the MosArt Gallery, located in the Northeast quadrant of Albuquerque, NM. We also rotate our featured artists, so stop by regularly for a relaxing visit that includes an eclectic array of contemporary art. Contact MO with questions.