All prints from Susan Shea's original watercolor paintings are certified giclee prints not common computer print outs. What is the difference? Here is the answer...
A giclee, pronounced (zhee-CLAY), is an individually produced, high-resolution, high-fidelity reproduction done on a special large format printer with archival inks (Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss® pigment) which produces fade-resistant prints lasting up to 100-200 years. Giclees are produced from hi resolution digital scans of existing artwork. Colors in a Giclee print are so vibrant and true that it is often mistaken for the original artwork
For unsurpassed brilliance, exquisite color and razor sharp detail, Giclees are now the Artists choice. Giclee prints have an impressive and notable exhibition following. They have been shown in Museums and Galleries throughout the U.S.A and the World. Do not settle for less!