A Reward for Star

A Star for Christmas

All Is Calm


Bright Eyes

Blessings of Home

Calfing Hour


Child of Winter

Christmas At The Cottage

Christmas Eve
Coach House
Dreaming of Christmas

East Coast Laundry

Faithful Friends

Fresh Breeze

Garden Wedding

Generous Heart

God Bless You

Golden Moments

Hand in Hand

Hay Loft

Heart And Soul

Heart to Heart

Hen House

Hornby Farm

Journey of Hope

Journey of Hope

Lantern Walk


Mothers Arms

News Boy

Ontario Barn

Orchard House

School Days

September Rose

Silent Moon

Silent Night

Snowed In

Spring Wash Day

Star of Wonder

Sun Bath

The Apple Pickers

The Best Christmas Ever

The Gift of Life

The Maple Key Dance

The Museum

The New Toy Box

The Prince of Wales Hotel

The Snowman

Through The Eyes Of A Child

Victorian Majesty

Warmth of Winter

Winter Fantasy

Woodland Treasure

A GICLEE (pronounced ZHEE-clay) comes from the French term for "fine spray". A giclee print is created with digital printers using four tiny ink jets that spray more than 4 million microscopic water-based coloured ink droplets per second onto a sheet of fine art paper or a canvas, spinning on a drum at the rate of 250 inches per second. Precise computer calculations control these ink jets to produce over 500 shades of dense, water-based ink. A computer directly scans an artist's original work to control the jets - no printing film or plates are used. The final product is a superior, lush, vibrant, near original quality, textured art print; one that has the feel of a watercolour, and the look of an original lithograph. A Giclee has more long-term value and is the highest quality fine art reproduction available.


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