Giclée Reproductions

Giclée (jhee–clay) have advantages over traditional reproduction methods. Derived from the French verb gicler meaning “to squirt,” the term Giclée print typically connotes a certain elevation in printing technology. Images are high resolution digital scans printed with archival quality inks onto various types of papers well as canvas. The Giclée process provides better color accuracy and resolution than other methods of reproducing paintings.

Lions in the Grass by Dennis Curry

Walking the Uaso Nyiro by Dennis Curry

Evening on Bishops Peak by Dennis Curry

Under The Oaks by Dennis Curry

Dust Up by Dennis Curry

Little Bee-Eaters by Dennis Curry

High Pasture by Dennis Curry

View of the Middle Kingdom by Dennis Curry

African Masks by Dennis Curry

Godwits by Dennis Curry

Wood Ducks by Dennis Curry

Marc's Backyard by Dennis Curry

America's Lion by Dennis Curry

Red Tail by Dennis Curry

The Light and Dark of Things by Dennis Curry

Sunset Sentinel by Dennis Curry

 

 

Big Sur Coast by Dennis Curry

Misty Vale by Dennis Curry

       

Limited Edition Lithographic Reproduction

 

Gracenote

Heartsong

   

 

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