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Giclee Fine Art Prints/Reproductions

Esteemed by artists and fine art collectors alike for their exquisite quality and accurate reproduction of the original artwork, giclees (zhee-clays) are the hottest contemporary art medium on the market today.  I have partnered with American Litho Color, an industry leader in giclee printing, to publish museum quality print editions that are exact replicas of the original by using the most advanced technology available. Giclees are considered to be the next best thing to owning the actual original piece of art and can be found in high profile museums, such as the New York Metropolitan Museum and Museum of Modern Art. Facts about Giclee prints/reproductions: Giclee prints are printed on canvas and are archival for 150 years.Giclee prints are coated with a laminate that offers UV protection and scratch resistance.Giclee prints have a published limited edition size.Each giclee print is signed, numbered, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity & artist resume/bio.Museum Quality Gi…

A New Beginning...

PLEASE NOTE ~   All posts dated prior to this one were imported from my first blog: http://www.nuart1.blogspot.com/       I am currently in the process of rebranding and my "official" launch date is early 1/07/12.         (Pray for me!)

Completed Paintings....

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Just finished..yay!!    (These are 5 x 7 done with acrylic paint)









Paintings In Progress.....

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Here are a few pics of the Colorbook paintings that were started on 11/05:





Paintings In Progress...

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Here are a couple of Desertscape paintings that I've been working on:





More Colorbook Paintings...

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Here's a new group of colorbook style paintings that were started this week.  Over the next 2 weeks, I'll be doing the color washes.  Once they are completed, I'll post them on here. 



Beginnings...

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A few weeks ago, I started a new group of paintings consisting of 8x10s and 9x12s.  After I photographed the underpaintings, I forgot to download them from my camera.  Whoops!!