The Difference between a Woody Limited Edition Giclée print is almost visually indistinguishable from the original;
democratizing his great artworks to make them accessible to a larger community of aspiring collectors.
Simply put, a Woody limited edition is labeled with the number of the print created during the run, followed by the size of the print run as a whole and includes his thumb print. For example, the first print in a run of 50 would be marked 1/50, the last being labeled 50/50. The title (of the painting) will be written in the middle between the number and name.
Your desired painting will be produced as a giclée, a technology that has evolved since the late 20th century to use primarily aqueous wide format printers with archival inks on archival media. All works are printed on real premium artist canvas or 100% fine art paper with archival grade inks and a wider color gamut then normally experienced with traditional photo prints.
“No part of life or art should be merely rushing without appreciating the journey in its fullness along the way.” James e. Woody
Woody’s limited edition prints are certified, signed and created individually.