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MJ Lew Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Custom Sized Giclée on Paper or Canvas: "Brooklyn Bridge "Item #: EL-TR11359
Artist: MJ Lew
Title: Brooklyn Bridge
Size: 18" x 36" Select additional sizes, options, and substrate mediums from the drop down box above
Edition: Artist Plate Signed and Numbered, Limited to 450
Medium: Giclée: 100% Cotton Canvas, Fine Art Textured Paper Or Bamboo Paper
About the Art: Giclée (pronounced zhee-clay) is a french word meaning 'to spray.' The giclée is a high quality fine art print created from a digital file. The image is printed by applying millions of microscopic ink droplets directly to the canvas or paper. This technique delivers sharp details and a wide range of vibrant colors, while the printed dot pattern typically visible in a poster or a canvas transfer is eliminated completely.
Our giclée prints are museum quality and are equal to the giclée prints of contemporary artists found in major museum collections around the world. Our giclées are not only vivid, detailed and accurate prints, but are also durable and fully archivable artworks. Inks are independently tested to archive in excess of 50 years. Their resistance to fading and long lifespan make the giclée a sure choice for any fine art collector.
Our printing technology utilizes more expensive aqueous (water-based) inks instead of solvent inks producing superior prints that are better for the environment and the health of our employees.
About the Art: M.J. Lew's Chicago studio contains a collection of water-filled bottles and glass jars labeled with distant locales like Kauai, Lourdes, France, Turkey and The Mediterranean. "I love water," says M.J., who grew up near Lake Tahoe and whose Lake Shore Drive studio overlooks Lake Michigan. M.J. has built a reputation and a following by richly creating textured paintings and photographs that mix actual seawater with his paintings. "I felt that if I took the water from all different parts of the world and infused it into my paintings, it would bring that resonance of nature into art and into your home. After studying Art History in Spain for three years, my love for travel, design and color gave way to an edgy, urgent and thought provoking new way of expressing my views of the world and society on canvas."