Giclee Print Hereford Cow Painting Art Farm Southwest Watercolor Painting
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Giclee Print Hereford Cow Painting Art Farm Southwest Watercolor Painting :
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T i t l e : "Not Sure of You"
A r t i s t : Rachel Parker
M e d i u m : Signed GicleePrint
D i m e n s i o n s: 10" x 8"
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A note from the artist: This is a print of a watercolor of a mama Hereford with her calf. She was not sure she liked me talking to her calf! Visit my 'studio' by clicking here.
About the artist: I am Rachel Parker, a self taught artist. I come from a family of artists; my mother is a award-winning portraitist and my father is an award-winning photographer, so art must be in my genes! has provided me a wonderful venue for my work, and I have met some truly great clients and fellow artists here. Be sure to follow my art at facebook.com/rachelsstudiodotcom******Please read all below!******I recently raised my price from $25 to $35 because I am no longer offering poster prints. My new prints will all be a much higher giclée quality. They are signed and created with archival pigment and acid free fine art paper. They look and feel much like a real watercolor painting. For all my images, I offer giclées of any size up to 40 x 60". Message me if you would like a different size than what is listed here or want your print on canvas.
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~What is a Giclée?~"Giclée" is a French term meaning "spraying of ink." This technique produces a quality print with a lush, velvety finish. Giclée prints are commonly found in museums, art galleries, and photographic galleries. Images are generated from high resolution digital scans and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas, fine art, and photo-base paper. The giclée printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction and provides incredible detail.
Numerous examples of giclée prints can be found in New York City at the Metropolitan Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Chelsea Galleries. Recent sales of giclée prints have fetched $10,800 for Annie Leibovitz, $9,600 for Chuck Close, and $23,600 for Rachel Parker (just checking to see if you are reading!!!)
~International Buyers, Please Read!~Shipping overseas from the US can take up to a month. I've NEVER lost art, but I have had art lost in the mail and then returned to me up to six months later. I always try to remail things if you haven't received your art by a month after the day I mailed it. However, for expensive items, I can not replace art (giclées or originals) unless you pay for at least the base cost. I highly recommend paying for International Priority, which is around $40 for most art sizes. Please convo me for details. I have yet to find a perfect way to charge for International shipping. I may need to convo you and charge more for shipping depending on your order size. Also, sometimes (common in England) your post office will charge you more when you pick up. I have no control over this.
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*If you buy three same-priced prints, you will get a fourth print of equal or lesser value. For your fourth print, please don't offer on it. Rather, just email me and let me know which print you want as your free one.
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