Giclée (pronounced ghee-clay) is a French term meaning to spray or squirt. The giclee prints are high-quality archival reproductions that will last years compared to a standard print. These prints can often increase in value over time due to their high-quality nature.
As with all artwork, direct sunlight should be avoided to protect the work from fading. When handling the work, try to hold it by the edges of the paper to minimize any transfer of oil from your hands. If matting artwork, use an acid-free tape. Get more tips on how to preserve originals and prints.
As with all artwork, proper framing and controlling exposure to elements saves the work from deterioration. Catherine uses acid-free paper and UV adhesive to protect the original collages. Catherine’s original artwork has had no breakdown and has remained intact for ten+ years, following the above recommendations.
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All orders ship flat in sturdy mailers. Prints are packaged in protective cello sleeves and cardboard backing. In order to reduce waste, orders with multiple prints will be packaged in the same cello sleeve. Mailers and cardboard backing are 100% recyclable.
All sales are final. We do no accept returns/exchanges. In the event of shipping damage, please contact us directly to arrange a refund or replacement of the damaged item(s). You will be asked to provide photos of the damage for insurance before a refund is issued.
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Catherine currently does not do commissioned artwork. Sign up for her newsletter for when commission openings are available.
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US copyright laws apply immediately – whether or not a registration mark has been filed. Catherine owns the copyright to her work, even if it has been sold. Without written permission, the buyer will not be able to print or sell copies of it.
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