Before he signs his name on his work, Mark believes that it is critical for every limited edition piece to present with the exact color and details he has intended. In addition to fidelity to the original vision, each piece must also be able to stand the test of time. Mark’s limited editions are intended from composition to final signature to be heirlooms that are passed down from generation to generation.
This highest quality fine art limited edition prints are now more affordable for art collectors because of advancements in printer technology and archival quality inks and media. Mark Lawrence Gallery limited edition art is made available in two museum quality formats for art collectors- Premium Canvas giclees and Archival Paper giclees.
A giclee print is simply the highest quality art print available today. The giclee printing process produces a micro fine stream of ink to create a vivid, pure color reproduction with exceptional detail that is suitable for fine art gallery or museum display.
A giclee print’s colors are bright and uniform, even when examined close up. We use the best large-format printers, fine art canvas or museum quality paper (Media), and archival quality inks for the production of Mark Lawrence Gallery giclees. All of our fine-art giclee prints are printed on state of the art printers that deliver a level of quality and resolution that is unsurpassed.
These exceptional printers produce full color giclee prints that are sometimes very hard to distinguish from original paintings. Color matching from computer screen to output media is done through the best available software to provide collectors the highest quality limited edition fine art giclee print possible.
Mark’s original art is composed and digitally painted on state of the art computers at high resolution to create the maximum quality giclee print results. Mark has pioneered the use of technology in art. His signature style techniques are well recognized as best-selling open edition posters and prints.
When creating giclees for art collectors it is very important to use only archival quality paper or canvas media that is specifically designed for fine art printing. Learn more about the specific art media used by the gallery below.