A great deal of time and effort is invested into each print we introduce. They are produced using only the finest archival, pigment-based inks, on either archival watercolor paper or canvas. Because of the fine quality and "hand" of the paper and canvas, Carol is able to hand paint highlights with acrylic paints on each print after it is completed, which adds a unique, personal touch. "It is very important to me that I am able to paint highlights on each print", says Carol, "so that even though it is a technically a reproduction of an original, it still has some degree of original work done on it as well. If I am signing my name to it, I want our customers to know that we've done our best to see that each print is unique and individual in it's own way." We are very proud of the fine quality of prints which we offer to our collectors. They are created with meticulous attention to detail and quality. For more information on Giclée prints (pronounced “ghe-clay”), check out our FAQs Page. Scroll down to view the our full collection of prints for sale, or Contact Us today for any questions!