Production of Your Fine Art Giclee
Our standard photo painting is professionally
created using the Giclee printing method of spraying the ink on canvas. The
subtle texture on a bright white cotton canvas (20 mil) yields great color saturation and contrast. Our product is professionally
prepared with a UV sealant to ensure a lifetime of enjoyment and colorful display
in your home. Theoretically, your photo painting could last 100 or more years of indoor
You may request your photo painting on a gloss
canvas. It is a bright white, cotton canvas (19 mil; 350 g/m²), with a primed
satin finish. A special resin coating holds the inks with high clarity. Images
are brilliant and well saturated.
When we refer to a "stretched" or
"stretched and mounted" print, we are referring to a canvas print in
which the canvas is secured to a wooden framework called stretcher strips. The
advantage to stretching a print is that it adds support to the canvas so that it
will not buckle or bend. It also prevents accidental creasing when handling. If
you prefer your painting to be canvas only, not stretched, not mounted, please
email us at the time you place your order. We can provide canvas-only
paintings, with a white border, ready for you to take to your local frame shop.
When we stretch a print we secure the canvas with
staples on the back. We use only
sap-free, kiln-dried wood for all of our stretcher strips. They are
precision-cut with the most modern equipment available to ensure that every one
assembled will have perfectly square corners.
Giclee Art on Canvas by Michelle Hamilton 2005
INTO THE LIVE OAK LOOKING GLASS
coarse texture of the trunk and the smooth, fresh leaves work
beautifully to help the Live Oak stand so strong and stable,
watching over us.
quality fine art Giclee on matte
canvas, stretched and mounted, ready to hang and display.
View this Giclee in Full, Glorious Detail
size: 20"w x 30"h
style # 02510
|The Artist's Inspiration
In those quiet moments when I can sit outside, I am always amazed
by the beauty of nature. Thoughts dart around from the intricate details,
repetitive forms, glorious colors, and the genius of each creation. Some call it
transcendental, others, the glory of God. I see and feel all these things and
try to capture what I can with my camera, to remember the moment. For fun, I
play with these images on my computer and morph the photograph into a digital painting suitable for framing and stylish display in the home.
My hope with the photo paintings is to provide customers with a jaw-dropping
gorgeous original piece of artwork to allow appreciation of nature for a few peaceful moments every day, even if
they never venture outdoors.
<< Before | After >>
Prickly Pear and
Wild Grapes Face Off
Spiky Yucca in the
Texas Summer Time
Mexican Sage Flourishes
Against Warm Brick
Austin, Texas Skies
Are Big and Bright
Shy, Sleek, Simple
Ponies Play in the
Central Texas Sun
Looking Up Into the