Giclée With the advent of Giclée (zhee-clay) the art of fine art printing has become even more precise. Because no screens are used, the prints have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs. The dynamic color range is greater than serigraphy. In the Giclée process, a fine stream of ink — more than four million droplets per second — is sprayed onto archival art paper or canvas. The effect is similar to an air brush technique but much finer. All Giclée prints pictured in this section are available thru this website. To purchase, inquire for special sizes and prices.