McLaughlin Hall, Queen’s University print

Pat Shea


McLaughlin Hall, Queen’s University print  by Pat Shea. 
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 11.5” x 13.5”



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