Jill Sykes’ Material Options
The Giclée Paper
A finely honed printing technique, more than four million droplets per second are sprayed onto paper or canvas. This gorgeous technique works to capture the finest nuances of the original work of art. Due to the many ink layers that are applied to the surface, Giclée reproductions appear to be painted. Archival, ultra-chrome inks and 100% cotton papers are used in the printing process and are rated to last up to 120 years. This high-quality method of reproduction gives the Ketubah artist more options and flexibility to modify and personalize their artwork.