Kingston Station print

Pat Shea


Kingston Station print  by Pat Shea. This building is currently the tourist office for downtown Kingston. 
All of Pat’s prints are Giclee. The word giclee (pronounced jee-clay) is a derivative of the french words gicleur ( nozzle) and spray ( gicler). Therefore, giclee directly translated means “ spray nozzle”, which is basically how most digital printers direct ink onto various materials. 

Our giclee are printed on 100% cotton fiber mould-made papers that feature a beau texture, and at 256gsm or 310 (grams per square meter)
have actually a quality feel. The paper is pH-neutral, acid free and lignin-free, with no 
optical brighteners ( natural white paper only) and calcium carbonate as a filler. 

The inks used are pigmented, making the print water resistant and archival.
Print including border measures 9” x 12”



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