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frequently asked questions:

1. What is a Giclee print? A Giclee print is a museum quality reproduction of an original painting which is made using a high-resolution inkjet printer. We print on heavy weight fine art watercolor paper. We use a wide-gamut pigmented ink set, which produces highly archival prints with a projected lifespan of over 135 years under gallery display conditions. As with all art prints, proper framing behind glass is recommended for display, and exposure to sunlight should be avoided.

2. What is the difference between a Giclee print and a print made from an ordinary desk top color printer? The process is basically the same, but most desk top printers are not capable of producing large enough prints for our purposes. When printing a giclee, we also need to carefully consider the type of paper and inks we choose to use.

3. What is your warranty? If for any reason you are unhappy with the quality of our paintings or note cards, we will refund your money in full with in the first 30 days.

4. How much is shipping? Shipping is free on the mainland of the United States.

5. Can I pick up a painting or notecards? Currently we are only available for delivery.