A Commissioned Painting or A Giclee With Biblical Principals

by Joyce Girgenti
(Portage, IN, US)

Gifts From The Fine Arts

Giving A Commissioned Painting or an Available Canvas Giclee With Biblical Principals is a great pastor appreciation gift.

Commissioning A Painting

A commissioned painting has proved to be a perfect gift for Pastor Appreciation, reflecting the pastor's own personal faith journey and memories.

Some on a smaller budget could purchase some of my following works of art available in Signed and Numbered Canvas Giclee or Print.

"The Great Commission" was inspired by a Pastor who also serves as a military Chaplain.

"Born to Serve" was inspired by 3 key phrases a pastor's dad taught him as a little boy; WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE WORD OF GOD? LEARN IT, LOVE IT AND LIVE IT.

"Raising Faith", "Rise Up, Oh Nation, and Follow Me", "Maker of the Mountain", "Everlasting Promises", "Momma's Little Man" and "Yesterday, Today and Forever Momma's Little Girl" are some favorites for gifts of appreciation.

From the Editor:

What Is A Giclée?

By the way, according to Wikipedia, Giclée is a term coined in 1991 by printmaker Jack Duganne, a term he used to refer to fine art digital prints made on ink-jet printers.

The term originally applied to fine art prints created on IRIS printers using a process invented in the late 1980's.

Giclee is now used for any high quality ink-jet print and is often used by artist, galleries, and print shops to denote such prints. Of course, using a term most of us have never heard makes these art pieces more valuable.

In recent years the word “giclée,” as a fine art term, has come to be associated with prints using fade-resistant, archival inks (pigment based, as well as newer solvent based inks), and archival substrates primarily produced on Epson and some other types of large format printers.

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