Giclee Prints by
Elizabeth Kincaid

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Giclee Prints is the name given to modern prints done on high-end ink-jet printers. Until recently, these have been produced with inks that are not light-stable. This means that some or all of the colors fade as the prints are exposed to normal room light. In the last year, the technology has been improved, and it continues to improve. Elizabeth's prints are produced with technology that is described as not fading in 80-100 years of exposure to gallery lighting. In normal room lighting, these prints should not fade. Like watercolor paintings, they should not be hung in areas where they would be exposed to direct sunlight.
Spot Stretch (watercolor, 2006)
Prints
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Dinner with Garnish (watercolor, 2008)
Prints
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Glory (watercolor, 2004) Prints
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Another Matalija
Prints
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Just a Rock
Prints
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Splintered Light
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Protean Light
Prints
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Iris Tower
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Lace Cap
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Calla Fire
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Daffodils in the Round Prints
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Lilies in Red Prints
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Red Cactus Flower Prints
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Fern Shadows Prints
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Really Wild Prints
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