Issue 142 - June 16 2005

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Harlequins Hands
by Larry Richardson

Larry Richardson ~ Artist
www.aminaarts.com

To arrange a purchase please contact

Larry Richardson at larry@aminaarts.com

Size: 36"x 36" from the artist's collection

The original was sold in 1999

Giclee print on Somerset Velvet 100% Cotton 330 grms paper

All reproductions are high quality Giclee's with archival ink.

Cost for each reproduction unframed is $ 1,200.00 USD

Limited edition size is 250

Represented by BlackCommentator.com

Artist Statement

I know far too many people whose lives have been touched by cancer. Chances are, you know them too. That’s why I’m taking action against cancer by supporting the American Cancer Society Relay For Life event right here in Santa Clarita.

Relay is an overnight event that unites our community. So any donation no matter how small is greatly appreciated.

Peace

Larry

Follow This Link to visit my personal web page and help me in my efforts to support Relay For Life of Santa Clarita Valley.

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What is a Giclee?

A Giclee (pronounced Zhee-Clay) is a very high end digitally produced archival quality print. Giclees are printed on archival substrates, such as Arches Cold Press watercolor papers, Somerset watercolor papers or specially prepared canvases, with archival, light fast inks, at a very high resolution. Depending on the medium of the original work, giclees are printed on paper or canvas. Watercolor paintings render very well on the watercolor papers, and oil paintings printed as canvas giclees have the rich tonal quality of original oil paintings. Canvas giclees are also coated with a special finishing media to protect the surface. Canvas giclees are stretched and framed as one would display an original oil painting. Watercolor giclees are typically framed behind glass, as one would do with an original watercolor painting.