Types of reproduction (all signed and numbered by the hand of the artist herself)

Giclee : The word Giclee is derived from the French language and means "to spray, jet, or spurt." A Giclee is a fine art print produced on high quality acid-free canevas mounted on a wood frame. A Giclee is the highest quality print that can be produced with today's technology to best replicate the integrity of the original art. It’s printed digitally where the artist can control the quality at a much higher level than any other print method. Do not require glass upon framing.

Serigraphy : High quality print obtained by a standard print process on high quality paper. The amount of print is restricted and the print itself is pretty much similar to the original. A serigraphy is not identical to the original perhaps the calibration of the ink on the press is (yellow, magenta, cyan and black) is different from the artist’s palette. Certainly it’s a clear definition and nice to have. Require glass upon framing, unless transfert process on canevas (done by a frame shop).

Artist’s Prints : obtained by a high quality laser printer, the Artist’s Print is pretty much similar to the original. Unlimited amount of print, done on demand by the artist from the original piece. Certainly it’s a clear definition and nice to have. Require glass upon framing, unless transfert process on canevas (done by a frame shop).