Impact Arts is a premier fine art giclee printmaking service and
publisher of high quality Iris Giclee prints. Artists such as
Bob Crofut , Janine Wesselmann , Rick Rush, Kim Gilbert, Michael Garland , Robert Giusti , John
Swatsley , Lucian Bernhard, Marcel Den Ouden, Danbury Connecticut Giclee Printmaker, Mel Crawford , Lorraine Ryan , Robert Ferrucci, John
Kane, Marcel Den Ouden, John Spann, Barbara Evans, are all featured at www.impactartsweb.com. The Giclee printmaking
proccess is a superior method for reproducing fine art prints and offers
many benefits to both artists and galleries alike. Giclee printmaking
Bob Crofut , Janine Wesselmann , Robert Gisuti , CT Gallery Crofut, Wesselmann, Tom Cooke, Giusti
Impact Arts Publishing
12 Finance Drive
Danbury, CT 06810
About The Giclée Printmaking Process
The French word "Giclée" (pronounced zhee-clay)
translates in English to "spraying of ink". Giclée
prints are high-resolution digital reproductions of original artwork
using sophisticated printers that spray tiny droplets of ink onto
media such as watercolor papers, canvas and other substrates. The
Giclée process provides better color accuracy than any other
means of reproduction. Done properly, Giclée prints are hard
to distinguish from original artwork. Highly collectable, Giclée
prints are an established medium in the fine arts community and
are well accepted in museums and galleries around the world.
Impact Arts can provide all the necessary services
that you require to bring your original art to life as a beautiful,
vibrant Giclée print. And since there is never a minimum
print run requirement, limited edition reproductions are easily
within the financial reach of every artist.
achieve optimal results in this process you will need a professionally
produced photographic color transparency or a direct digital capture
of your work. We can provide either service for a flat rate.
then scan your art into our computer system, color correct it as
necessary and provide a reduced size proof printed on your stock
of choice. This one-time set-up charge per original covers scanning
services, up to three (3) 8x10 proofs, and in-house archiving for
receipt of the approved proof, we reproduce the final image to
specific size requirements. This final proof is held at Impact Arts
as the Bon A Tier (BAT) reference proof for all future orders.
combination of specialty inks and stocks creates prints of museum
quality and durability. Mounting and canvas stretching services
are available and estimated based on specific project requirements.