A Giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") is a museum quality
fine art print. The giclée process allows for the portrayal of the
finest detail and vibrancy of the artist's original image. These
limited edition prints are signed and numbered by the artist, and
include a certificate of authenticity.
The word "giclée" was created by the IRIS company, and is French
for "to spray". Each giclée is printed on an IRIS printer, which
delivers a fine spray of ink onto a sheet of heavyweight, acid free
watercolor paper. The inks are formulated from four extremely light
fast dyes, which yield a lifespan of greater than 70 years before
noticeable fading occurs.