Regular Edition Lithograph — The Regular Edition is the most widely produced lithographic edition.  These prints are produced by a 4-color process known as offset-lithography.  This “mass-production” process utilizes small red, green, blue and black dots to approximate the colors of the original artwork.  Additional single color touch plates may be added to the printing to enhance colors closer to those of the original painting.  Our lithographs are printed on acid-free archival paper, using permanent inks. 

Each Regular Edition Lithograph is hand-signed and numbered in pencil by the artist in the lower margin of the print, is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition and usually comes with 1 embossed seal to enhance framing.  The size of this edition has not yet been determined.

Artist's Proof Lithograph — The Artist's Proof Edition is a much more limited lithographic edition, enhancing its collectibility.  These prints are produced by a 4-color process known as offset-lithography.  This “mass-production” process utilizes small red, green, blue and black dots to approximate the colors of the original artwork.  Additional single color touch plates may be added to the printing to enhance colors closer to those of the original painting.  Our lithographs are printed on acid-free archival paper, using permanent inks.

Each Artist's Proof Lithograph is hand-signed and numbered in pencil by the artist in the lower margin of the print, is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition and usually comes with 1 or more embossed seal(s) to enhance framing.  The size of this edition has not yet been determined.

Collector’s Edition Giclée — The Collector’s Edition Giclée is a higher definition print produced by the giclée printing process.  The term giclée (zhee – clay) is French meaning “spraying of ink”.  Giclée prints are produced on a 12-color printer utilizing archival inks transferred on to an acid-free cotton rag paper.  Giclée printers are able to produce a wider range of color and higher definition detail than possible with traditional lithographic printing.

Each Collector’s Edition Giclée is hand-signed and numbered in ink by the artist in the lower margin of the print, is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition and usually comes with 1 or more embossed seal(s) to enhance framing.  The size of this edition has not yet been determined.

Museum Edition Giclée — The Museum Edition Giclée is a higher definition print produced by the giclée printing process.  The term giclée (zhee – clay) is French meaning “spraying of ink”.  Giclée prints are produced on a 12-color printer utilizing archival inks transferred on to an acid-free cotton rag paper.  Giclée printers are able to produce a wider range of color and higher definition detail than possible with traditional lithographic printing. 

Each Museum Edition Giclée is hand-signed and numbered in ink by the artist in the lower margin of the print, is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition and usually comes with 1 or more embossed seal(s) to enhance framing.  This edition is strictly limited to 100 prints.

Standard Edition Canvas Giclée— The Standard Edition Canvas is produced by the giclée printing process.  The term giclée (zhee – clay) is French meaning “spraying of ink”.  Giclée printers are able to produce a wider range of color and higher definition detail than possible with traditional lithographic printing.  The canvas giclées are produced on a 12-color printer using archival inks transferred on to a canvas substrate.  Using the giclée method, the canvas evokes the emotion, details and subtleties of the original painting.

Each canvas is is hand-signed and numbered in ink by the artist in the lower margin of the print, is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition and usually comes with an engraved brass titleplate.  The size of this edition has not yet been determined.

Artist's Edition Canvas Giclée — The Artist's Edition Canvas is a much more limited canvas edition, enhancing its collectibility.  It is produced by the giclée printing process.  The term giclée (zhee – clay) is French meaning “spraying of ink”.  Giclée printers are able to produce a wider range of color and higher definition detail than possible with traditional lithographic printing.  The canvas giclées are produced on a 12-color printer using archival inks transferred on to a canvas substrate.  Using the giclée method, the canvas evokes the emotion, details and subtleties of the original painting.

Each canvas is is hand-signed and numbered in ink by the artist in the lower margin of the print, is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition and usually comes with an engraved brass titleplate.  The size of this edition has not yet been determined.