Wyland giclee prints fall between a serigraph and a lithograph in both quality and economy. The French word “giclee” literally means “to spotter.” The ink jet printer and its proprietary ink/ink calibration system results in virtually continuous tone prints. The combination of specially-formulated inks and a unique pre-printed system produces an unquestionably high-quality print. The artist prefers canvas and watercolor paper, the most popular of printing surface for this method. Unlike the more traditional printmaking techniques which use pigments, prints are made from dyes with up to 30 times more longevity than their traditional counterparts.