"Working the Riffle" by Susan Luckey Higdon

"Working the Riffle" was painted after a float trip on Oregon’s Deschutes River in my husband’s wooden Mckenzie river boat. He was wading downriver and had beached the boat on a gravel bed. The surrounding canyon rock was glowing in late afternoon light.

Dimensions: 30" X 8"

Each giclée print is signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 100. The giclée is printed using the finest archival inks, and paper available. Testing has shown that with proper handling it will last over 100 years. Framing with UV glass, archival matting and hanging the framed piece in indirect light will greatly enhance the life of your giclée.

This print will be shipped ready to frame.

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*About Giclee Prints: "Giclée" is defined as a printmaking method using an ink-jet printer for photographic images of paintings to produce high-quality reproductions. In giclée, the ink is sprayed on to your choice of media in millions of colors utilizing continuous tone technology, retaining all the fine detail of the original. Etymology: French 'sprayed ink.'