From a Field in January: I harvested most of these dried plants in January from the narrow strip of sand between Aleck Bay and the road. I think the "weeds" and the grasses are most dramatic after they have withstood a few salty winds and a bit of freezing temperatures. The dried seed pods of the Chocolate lily, collected from a nearby peninsula, look a bit like fragile lanterns, and some last through a few summers.
Giclée (ghee-clay) is French for "to spray". In short it is a process whereby the original artwork is rendered digitally. Artists at the printery, or atelier, work with the image on a high resolution computer screen to get it completely accurate. Then the image is printed onto a substrate of either canvas or paper. My works are on museum-quality paper using archival inks. I limit my editions to 100 and often add gold leaf or bits of hand coloring.
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