The prints you see here are a process called giclèe,
which means spray of ink in French. There is no dot
pattern here, and all colors of ink are sprayed on the paper at
one time, by a press controlled by a computer. The giclèe
prints were made by Peter West at World West Gallery in Washington, PA. He is the best printmaker I've ever worked with, and his gallery is a joy to behold.
Each print has been inspected, signed and numbered by myself. They are mounted on foamcore with plastic corners and shrinkwrapped. Each has a certificate on the back that explains the printing process, contains the edition number, and tells a story about the inspiration for the painting.
Feel free to contact me with any
questions about printing; I dont wish to bore those of you
who arent nerds with technical stuff.