Laurel offers a limited number of fine art prints, or giclees. Giclee (pronounced jheeCLAY from the French meaning to squirt) is a term used for fine art archival inkjet printing on specialty papers or canvas.
Giclee Printing is an involved process, and there are many art house printers available. However, the art house printer Laurel works with has museum clientele who require the best. Not only does her art house printer create beautiful prints that meet her high standards, their prints also meet the rigorous print permanence standards and undergo continuous testing under the new I* standard. There is no better method available to produce a top quality fine art print. This is why the canvas stretched prints from Moje Wetzork Studios should last well over 100 years with the proper care. These canvas prints use archival inks and are printed on the highest quality premium canvas available, double coated with a varnish, then stretched carefully onto wooden stretcher bars. There are a total of only 25 prints available of each of the following paintings. Please contact Laurel to make sure that the print you desire is still available, and to discuss the method of shipping.