WHAT IS A GICLÉE?
Candice’s Giclées are individually processed, high-tech, high-fidelity, high-resolution reproductions on canvas produced by special large format printers.
The name comes from the French word Giclée (pronounced Zhee-Clay) that means “spray".
With this state of the art printing method, a spinning roller carries the canvas while, at a very high speed, infinitely small pixels of rich,vibrant archival inks are sprayed. This renders an amazingly smooth and dependable image true to the original painting, a splendid quality fine art reproduction.
The Giclée is the new standard in the art industry, and is widely admired for astonishing quality by major museums, galleries, publishers and artists.
A Giclée reproduction is quite simply the closest replication of an original artwork that is currently possible.
These high quality reproductions are produced from digital scans of Candice’s artwork, several of which are hand embellished.
All are limited editions and are signed and numbered.
The cost of a Giclée, by size, is a mere fraction of an original’s price, which varies by the time and effort invested by the artist.