Some of my coastal and whimsical paintings are now available as high quality open edition giclée reproduction prints in several sizes, on your choice of either paper or canvas.
© 2009 Barbara Blair
They are printed using Epson archival UltraChrome inks and photo papers, which have a permanence rating of 71-108 years. You can view the collection here.
Most of these images are included in my little book of paintings and poems titled "Ocean Songs For The Young At Heart". (You can see a preview here.) If you purchase a print, I will send you a copy of the accompanying poem printed on good quality paper. Just send me an email through my contact form on this website.
If you are wondering what "giclée" (zhee-clay) means, it's a French word that basically means "spray or squirt". The printing method involves large format inkjet printers that have typically eight to twelve ink colors that are sprayed onto the substrate from very fine nozzles.