Welcome to Gigi Imagines….a world of creative and colorful wall art for the young and young at heart! We specialize in personalized giclée art prints on canvas or textured fine art paper. These distinctive, custom prints from original paintings by Gigi are sure to become a treasured family keepsake that will provide a personal touch to room décor.
They are perfect baby nurseries, children’s bedrooms and playrooms for birthdays, baby showers, and “milestone” events in a child or young person’s life as a way to commemorate special interests or accomplishments. And children love to see their name as part of these fanciful images! Adults who enjoy colorful imagery are also drawn to some of the designs, and many will accommodate a favorite phrase or quote.
All of the canvas prints are created with archival inks and are UV protected to last for many years. All canvas prints are personally signed by the artist, and are gallery-wrapped and ready to hang. Our textured fine art paper giclée prints are printed using archival inks, and arrive unframed, with a white border and a smooth white mat, ready for framing in standard-sized frames. All prints are carefully wrapped and boxed for shipping via UPS.
Pricing is dependent upon the size of print you choose, and the print medium – canvas or fine art paper. Personalization is always included.
We invite you to Shop Our Gallery to see what Gigi imagines today…..
The Definition: Giclée (zhee-klay) – The French word “giclée” is a feminine noun that means a spray or a spurt of liquid. The word may have been derived from the French verb “gicler” meaning “to squirt”.
Giclée prints are used by artists who do not mass produce their prints.
This allows for customization without losing the quality of the original art. Giclée printing also allows digital images to be reproduced to almost any size and onto various media giving the consumer multiple possibilities with their Gigi print – whether it be for your newborn’s nursery, your child’s room, a tween room…there is a canvas or fine art paper for everyone.Read More
I have always admired artists. Growing up, my favorite things to do involved the arts – music, singing, theater, dance – and I remember being fascinated by the wonderful paintings I saw in the museums during our family’s frequent trips into Chicago.
I never thought I would learn to paint, but when I met my mother-in-law and saw her paintings, I asked her if she would teach me. I’ll never forget the pleasure of finishing my first painting of a bowl of fruit! I was hooked!Read More