Giclée print on canvas, from Original Oil Painting
36" X 24" UnStretched ($250) or Stretched ($350)
Limited Edition, 150 copies
The original painting is in the Domino VI exhibition collection of the artist, Carmen Haakstad. This painting was Carmen's last hunting trip with his brother Joe, Lyman, and his dad Simon. The painting was completed in 1981 and shows the two farm tractors used as their hunting vehicles. Location: North of La Glace in the Saddle Hills.
This is a Giclée print pronounced g-clay. This is the best process for printing and became popular in the ’90s. This printing process sprays ink onto paper or canvas with an increased resolution and color gamut. Archival inks are designed to resist fading and the chemical composition allows the ink to hold fast to the printed surface. Archival ink will not "run" even if exposed to a moderate amount of moisture.