Love decorating with BUGS? This is a giclee fine art print from my original illustration of a beautiful lubber plains grasshopper (Brachystola magna) I met while hiking in Big Bend National Park, TX. Each print is hand signed and titled.
Returns: If the work arrives undamaged but it doesn't meet your expectations, in terms of color etc., please contact me within 48-hours of receiving your order. I will issue you a refund or a gift card credit after I receive the undamaged returned item from you - customer pays the shipping to return it to me. If there is damage to your print in transit please alert me within 48-hours of receipt, and I can send a replacement print (if one is available), or another acceptable exchange or gift card credit or refund for you on a case by case basis. The goal is for you to be happy!
What is a fine art giclee print*? (Pronounced: zhee·klay). Unlike original prints, which are hand-carved or etched, then printed individually one by one, creating individual original art pieces, giclee fine art prints are essentially reproductions of an original piece as a digital print; but these printers use high-quality, archival-grade inks and papers to produce images that will last for decades. If you don't want to spend the money to acquire the original piece of artwork, a giclee print of the piece is an high quality attractive alternative. (You'll find many artists selling these simply as "signed prints", without making the distinction between an original print and and a giclee or digital reproduction).
*Important Care: Treat your giclee prints carefully just like an original piece of artwork, as the ink can be scratched, just like handprinted ink, paint, or watercolor. I've used a non-yellowing protective spray on each print to help reduce potential scratching, but you should handle carefully by touching only the edges. Do not scratch or rub the surface or touch the printed area if you can help it. Frame under glass or plastic for a long happy print life!
All images and artwork copyright 2023 Leslie F. Halleck