fine art reproduction store
bar harbor, maine
artist Russell D'Alessio
Artist D'Alessio hand remarking & painting reproduciton on canvas.
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Here you will find his wondrous, whimsical, world of art is easily recognizable by its bright colors that exude the joy of life paintings reproduced in hand colored, remarked, and signed giclee prints on canvas and paper.
The canvas works arrive wired and ready to hang and enjoy. The paper works arrive ready for framing or framing can be ordered for an additional fee.
If you’ve seen a piece in our gallery, online, or elsewhere that isn’t listed below or would like to commission Russ to paint an original, please contact us for details.
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"The term: The term "Giclee (zhee-kley) print" is an elevation in printmaking technology. Images are generated from high-resolution digital scans and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas and fine art papers. The giclee reproduction process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction available today.
Along with my passion for painting, I have always had the drive to create through the print medium. I studied printmaking in art school and apprenticed at several print shops exploring many different techniques including lithographs, offset, and screen printing. In my forty years of printmaking, I continue to execute the fine art of reproductions by creating giclee's in my studio.
Owning the finest equipment available I calibrate the colors to match the original. Each is hand worked to make it a one-of-a-kind piece of art; hand coloring, painting, or collage. I prefer working in small editions from as few as a one-of-a-kind piece to a small run of 50. These works are printed with museum quality archival inks on archival papers or gallery wrapped canvas with hand-painted sides that continue the image around each edge. They have been tested up to 125 years." Russell D'Alessio