With the advent of Gicle'e (zhee-clay), the art of fine printing has become even more precise. Gicle'e is a french word which means "spraying of ink". The dynamic color range is greater than serigraphy. In the Gicle'e process, a fine stream of non toxic water based ink is sprayed onto archival art paper or canvas. Since 1959, Rosalie Prussing has captured a whimsical view of Hawai‘i in her people and scenes around the islands. Choose from a wide selection, photo shown two different prints, price shown is for a single print.