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"Mission Bells"
29" (H) x 22" (W)

Limited Edition Giclee' Prints on Watercolor Paper
Edition of 100 Signed and Numbered
$220 per print
 

 

The following prints are available for purchase online.
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"West Side Market"
18" (H) x 24" (W)

Limited Edition Giclee' Prints on Watercolor Paper
Edition of 100 Signed and Numbered
$220 per print

This print has been eagerly awaited.  "West Side Market" was painted in watercolor from a photo shot at none other than Cleveland's renowned West Side Market.  The United States flags are indicative of the Market's atmosphere following September 11th.  This is one of Eastridge's favorite places to go so that she can "take in the sights and sounds of the Market."  Tastebuds come alive as one passes by the rows of local vendors selling their fresh meats, pastries, and pastas.  For more information on the West Side Market, you can visit, www.westsidemarket.com

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"Mission Bells"
29" (H) x 22" (W)

Limited Edition Giclee' Prints on Watercolor Paper
Edition of 100 Signed and Numbered
$220 per print

This bold image of the stark stucco's contrast against the azure Southwestern sky was painted in watercolor from a photo Eastridge shot at Southern Arizona's San Xavier del Bac Mission. 

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"Black Boy"
22" (H) x 15" (W)

Limited Edition Giclee' Prints on Watercolor Paper
Edition of 100 Signed and Numbered
$190 per print

He has been watching over Eastridge's living room for fourteen years, and despite previous requests for prints, he is finally making his print debut.  The watercolor original has won numerous awards and is still an integral piece of Eastridge's portfolio.  Now, 100 people can join the artist in embracing this sweet boy's stare.
*Number Collectors - If you are interested in beginning a collection of  prints from Eastridge's watercolors, please send an email.
Some folks are signing up to have first dibs on a consistent "number" each time prints are made.  If you are interested, Numbers 10 & up are available.  It doesn't obligate you to buy anything.  It would simply mean that each time prints are run of a new piece, you would be notified and you would be guaranteed to own number 10/100 (if you signed up for 10, etc.). This is sometimes a way a collector locks in the chance to get one that is more valuable (the lower the number, the more collectible, of course).  As a "Number Collector," you would be asked to reply within one week to accept or decline the offer for a particular print with your "number" and it would go from there.

Giclee' Prints
What is a Giclee?
A giclee (zhee-CLAY) is an individually produced, high-resolution, high-fidelity reproduction done on a special large format printer. Giclees are produced from digital scans of existing artwork. Giclees can be printed on any number of media, from canvas to watercolor paper to transparent acetates. Giclees are superior to traditional lithography in several ways. The colors are brighter, last longer, and are so high-resolution that they are virtually continuous tone, rather than tiny dots. The range, or "gamut" of color for giclees is far beyond that of lithography. Lithography uses tiny dots of four colors--cyan, magenta, yellow and black--to fool the eye into seeing various hues and shades. Giclees use inkjet technology, but far more sophisticated than your desktop printer, with lightfast inks and finer, more numerous, replaceable printheads, a wider color gamut, and the ability to use various media on which to print. Giclees were originally developed as a proofing system for lithograph printing presses, but it became apparent that the presses were having a hard time matching the quality and color of the giclee proofs. They evolved into the new darlings of the art world. They are coveted by collectors, and desired by galleries because they don't have to be produced in huge quantities with their large layout of capital and storage. In addition, Giclees are produced directly from a digital file, saving generations of detail-robbing negatives and printing plates, as with traditional printing.

What is the lifetime of these prints?
Under normal viewing conditions, and framed behind glass, these prints should last 75 - 100 years before you begin to notice any fading.

How are the images shipped?
The images are shipped in a tube via United State Postal Service Priority Mail.

 

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