Kimberley Harris – Spring
Kimberley Harris – Spring. Limited Edition Print. Hand Signed
Kimberley had an early memory of her father, as a great lover of impressionist art, taking her to a JMW Turner exhibition at the Tate Gallery. Consequently, that was it – she was going to paint like this genius one day. Finally, ten years later in 2005, she gained a Diploma in Art and Design.
Her passion was re-ignited in 2014 after meeting a renowned artist who introduced her to oils and the palette knife.
Subsequently, she had quickly developed her own signature style. Undoubtedly, focusing on the natural beauty of the countryside that she is surrounded by. With an emphasis on colour and light and how one affects the other at different times of the day. Turner’s artistic inspiration has never been far from her thoughts. The process of layering and blending the palette knife work to obtain the right tone, texture and light is so important.
Presently, Kimberley Harris has sold paintings all over the UK with several finding their way to the USA and Australia.
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What is a Giclée Print? – pronounced ‘zhee-klay’
So, a giclée print is a high quality fine art reproduction. Archival pigment inks are sprayed on to an archival fine art paper or canvas.
Because of this, Jack Duganne coined the term ‘Giclée’, since it’s a French word meaning ‘a spray or a squirt of liquid’. The term ‘giclée print’ is used to describe the giclée printing process. Accordingly, images are created from the high-resolution digital capture of original artwork. Then they are printed using archival quality inks onto archival fine art substrates. Hence, canvas and fine art papers are used to achieve giclée prints with exceptional stability and lightfastness.
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