The water in Palm Beach changes throughout the day in color and mood, more than any body of water I have painted. It can be smooth, mirror like pale pastels in the morning, vibrant blue and turquoise mid-day and late afternoon and evening a roaring sea of steel green and blue. Storms like the recent Isaac are full of surprises. Another surprise: my fascination with the my terrace in Palm Beach that has found its expression.
Definition of Giclee: French, pronounced ‘zheeclay,’ derived from the verb giclée meaning to splash. This new medium is a blend of art and technology that produces copies with a higher resolution and broader color range than other methods such as lithography or serigraphy. Each is available either in a mat or a white frame, which I found has suited it quite well.
The process here is of artist’s own invention. Enhanced indicated means that the artist has added by hand with traditional mediums such as pastels, oil and acrylic paint to the print surface. All works are produced individually and printed by the artist and as such no two are exactly alike and editions small in number. The artist uses the highest quality materials and proud of an unblemished record of craftsmanship.
* And still evolving.