Thank you for your interest in my Giclée’s! 

Almost every Giclee is stretched with 2inch stretcher bars, the ones that have different sizes of stretcher bars will be listed in the description.

Here is an example of what a Giclée looks like.

We can have giclées made of many of the painting images on this site. If you don’t see the one you want listed in the current inventory, please reach out to us; we would be happy to assist you. 

If you have any questions, please let us know!

What is a Giclée and how does it differ from a regular canvas print?

Canvas prints are created on basic inkjet printers that use dye inks, which will fade and only have a longevity of 10-20 years. These are the prints that you will find at Costco or Walmart, for instance. 

Giclée, or pigment printing, uses pigments instead of dyes, which are archival and have a longevity of 200+ years. Our printer uses these pigmented inks and archival canvas or paper in the work that he does. Both the ink and canvas are acid-free, which also improves longevity, and then they are coated with a UV-protective layer to prevent fading. Each giclée is hand-signed and numbered by Megan and offered on a limited basis; the maximum number of copies that will ever be made in that size is 50! In addition, each giclée comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist, and many of them have been enhanced by Megan as well. 


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