This past weekend Deb and I drove to Superior, Arizona to see the annual Home Show, where they have several revamped old homes on a mini-tour. While in the “downtown” area, we dropped into a couple of art galleries, and I ran into Arizona artist Mary Rose Sanderson who had several originals and fine art giclée prints of her work on display. We had a nice conversation about painting in watercolor and acrylic, and the challenges of each. During our conversation, I said to her, “So, when people see one of my pieces for the first time, they always ask …,“ and she said, “How long did it take you!” Continue reading
About Giclée Prints
High quality giclée (gee-clay) prints are virtual copies of an original piece of artwork, but sell for a fraction of the cost, making fine artwork available to more people. Read more...