FAQs about terms we use on our site

 

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FAQs about Giclée

Pronounced “zhee-clay,” this term refers to the fine art printing process used to reproduce Cheri Lomonte’s photographs on canvas. The term, which is French, means “to spray.”

We employ the services of a professional printer with over ten years’ experience in fine art reproduction. Our printer uses the latest printmaking technologies and specializes in giclée printing. When you purchase a giclée print from Divine Impressions, we guaranteed that your artwork will be the highest quality reproduction of Cheri Lomonte’s fine art photograph, accurately capturing and recreating the color, quality, and smallest details of the original image.

Our giclée prints not only meet museum-quality standards, they are produced using an environmentally friendly process.

Our giclée reproductions are printed on soft-matte canvas and wrapped on lightweight, select pine wood that is properly reinforced for added rigidity and strength. Prints have mirrored edges. A nonyellowing, UV resistant topcoat adds protection, durability, and print life.

Your artwork arrives with a certificate of authenticity and is ready to hang.

 

faqsFAQs about Fine Art Prints 

Fine Art Print is a term we use to describe our high-quality images printed on fine art paper. We use fine art paper that is 100% cotton fiber and acid, lignin, and chlorine free. Our printer employs the latest printmaking technologies and environmentally friendly printing processes.

All of this guarantees that when you purchase a limited edition fine art print from Divine Impressions, your artwork will be the highest quality reproduction of Cheri Lomonte’s fine art photograph, accurately capturing and recreating the color, quality, and smallest details of the original image.

 

The Georgetown Art Center Gallery & Art Show takes place with a small arts exhibit November 2, 2018 in which Cheri Lomonte’s “Emotionally Perfect” Art will be on display. There is an artist reception November 3, 2018. The Art Show will continue November 2, 2018 through January 6, 2018. Dismiss