Yes, my paintings are now available as quality giclee fine art prints.
So, when a painting is sold, the image can still be available as an affordable quality reproduction that will last a lifetime.
  • My 6x6 inch paintings are produced actual size on quality acid free heavyweight Hahnemuhle German etching paper (310gsm) with a border which will take the overall size to 210x210mm...perfect for mounting. £15 inclusive of postage worldwide. 
  • My 8x8 inch paintings are produced actual size on the same quality paper but with a larger border which will take the overall size to 300x300mm. £20 inclusive of postage worldwide.
  • Mounting is available (UK only) priced at £5 for the 6x6 and £7 for the 8x8.
How to order...
Just send me an email and I'll send you a PayPal invoice. It's as simple as that! You don't even need a PayPal account.

I have other prints...check my website from 2015.

What is Giclee Printing?
The word giclee comes from the French ‘gicler’, meaning ‘to squirt’.  It refers to the use of inkjet technology to produce fine art prints that are produced to a particular standard.  Prints produced in this way can be expected to last many years.  Accelerated tests indicate that 75+ years can be expected and quite possibly a lot longer.
There is no strict standard for giclee printing, however, the Fine Art Trade Guild do specify a standard for archival Fine Art prints.  That standard requires paper to be at least 250gsm in weight and with a low acidity level (pH7 to pH10). When such paper is combined with modern pigment inks in top-end inkjet printers the result is a very high quality print that you can be confident will last.  This is the process used to produce my prints.