Botanical Artwork, Prints, and One-of-a-kind Gifts

Bellevue, Washington
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Video summary: Botanical Line Drawing of Poppies.

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  • Alesha Krehbiel


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  • Screen Printer

    Auburn, WA

    Screen Printed the image

  • Sticker App

    Mount Bethel, PA

    Print Stickers

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Last updated on Mar 4, 2018


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Last updated on May 18, 2022

Frequently asked questions

What is a Giclee Print?

Giclee (pronounced Gee’clay) is a French term meaning to spray or squirt, which is how an inkjet printer works. However, it is not the same as a standard desktop inkjet printer, and is much larger and more detailed. Giclee prints can be a little over a meter wide and are printed on high quality archival papers. Giclee is the best way to produce archival reproductions of your fineart and photography.

How Long will my Giclee Prints Last?

Giclee printing uses special, light-fast inks which are archival certified, meaning each print will last a lifetime if treated properly, or longer if kept out of direct sunlight.

How to Care for Original Watercolor Paintings

1. Keep a gap between the glass and the artwork. You can achieve this with mat board or a "window mount" that conceals the very edges of the work inside the frame. You should try for a 2mm gap between the glass and the artwork, to allow enough breathing space.
2. Avoid Masking tape or sellotape. These are not acid-free and can stain or damage the paper. Look for a PH-neutral, waterbased adhesive and archival tape.
3. Hang your paintings away from high-humidity rooms such as bathrooms or kitchens and out of direct sunlight whenever possible. This will keep the color from fading to quickly.