Giclée Prints Available
- Varnished and rolled
- Varnished and stretched
- Varnished, stretched, and framed with lining
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What is Giclée?
Giclée (pronounced “zhee-clay”) is a French word meaning “a spraying of ink”. Giclée’s have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs and a color range that exceeds that of serigraphy, rendering an amazingly smooth and consistent image, a museum quality fine art reproduction. Giclée prints capture every nuance of an original and have gained wide acceptance from artists and galleries throughout the world.
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Just Another Day
20″ x 24″
This painting is something different for me … a sepia. I had to put it aside for a while to complete some commission work, but everyone who saw it expressed interest. Several prints were sold before it was completed.
Prints available. The original is also available.
18″ x 24″
This painting is of the Thomas Family farm on the Nortonville Road outside Pittsburgh, California, commissioned by Sandra Gibbs of Madison, Maine
In the Toulies
18″ x 24″
Actually the 2nd painting of this scene, as the 1st was lost in a house fire. Gil changed the appearance of one reed. In the 1st painting, it was too long and always bothered him.
Puerto Panasco, Sonora, Mexico
18″ x 24″
This painting was a challenge from a mentor, back in 1988. He wanted to see just how detailed I would get!
Original and Prints available.
Pemaquid Point Reflection
This painting was done to prove to Gil’s daughter that he could do it! She had told him that she didn’t think he could!
Bosebuck Mountain Lodge
18″ x 30″
A commission work for Bosebuck Mountain Lodge showing the beautiful lakefront cabins.
Originally painted because Gil was continuously told that he needed a harbor scene in his collection.
20″ x 30″
Everyone seems to think this looks just like relatives of theirs! (ie. Dad and Uncle Joe)