Giclee or Iris Prints

Giclee (zhee-klay) is a French feminine noun meaning a spray or spurt of liquid. The term "giclee print" connotes an elevation in printmaking technology. The images are generated from a high resolution digital scan of the artwork and then printed with archival quality inks that "spray" onto 100% rag paper.
Robin has collaborated with expert printers to achieve stunning fidelity to the original artwork. The visual quality of each print is extremely high and the color saturation and definition is exquisite. Each reproduction has a limited edition of prints and each print is signed and numbered by the artist. Edition sizes vary from 100-250.

The following paintings have been reproduced and are available for sale. Click on the title to view the paintings from the gallery:

Apple Barrel Farm14 1/2 x 18
Garuda15 x 20
Garment of Light15 x 15
Joy with Kayak15 x 19
Still Life with Berries14 x18
Sunflowers with Blue Vase14 1/2 x 15
The Lesson15 1/2 X 19 1/2
Carol and Valentine15 x 19
Two Cows with Pail15 x 18
Apples with Blue Bowl14 1/2 x 18
Ballooning II12 x 15
Gourds with Blue Bowl15 x 18
Self Portrait at Nine Months13 x 18
Portrait of Christina16 3/4 x 14 1/2
Gardener's Globe9 X 9 1/2
Sharing Light14 1/2 X 18 1/4
Poppies by the Sea14.5 x 15.5
Towards the Light14.5 x 16.5
Paeonia14.5 x 18.5
Globe Vase with Iris8.5 x 10.5
Fragility11 x 14