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Giclee Explained 

GICLÉE explanation


Displayed in various reputable museums and galleries around the world, giclee reproductions are the closest replica one might get to an original work of art. Buyers and collectors of fine art recognize their high value. The difference between a print and a giclee lies within the craft of the renderer as well as the materials used.

Art of Symbiosis exclusively purchases high quality commercial-grade Epson products to reproduce its fine art. Completely handled in-house and never out-sourced, our giclee creations are overseen and managed by business owner and artist, Saizana Bradbury. 

Meticulous product scrutiny begins prior to the actual printing process. A professional camera, generating large-file RAW images containing even the most miniscule of details, captures the depth, transparency, and opacity of each piece. These images are then closely inspected for possible anomalies and adjustments made accordingly. Minimal editing is done as the objective is precise replication. Maintaining the integrity of the original work is paramount. 

Utilizing Epson’s wide-format inkjet printer containing eight UltraChrome HDR pigment-based archival inks, with Epson’s professional media, be it cold press watercolor or exhibition canvas matte paper, a high quality reproduction is created. 

Due to the nature of archival ink and acid-free paper, along with careful management of the product, industry standards report fine art giclee's lasting up to 100 years or longer.