Dear Friends &
& Ray Urbaniak
of Natural Frequency
are no longer making Miniature Pottery Jewelry or doing shows. In fact, 1½ years ago we
we are excited to share with you Enilse’s first set of
Giclée prints of original paintings Enilse has been creating for the last
series is called Vision Quest.
prints are by the Giclée
Giclée (pronounced zhee-CLAY),
is French for “a spurt or spray,” in this case of ink. It’s an art
world tag applied to a digital ink-on-paper print process using a state of the
art high-resolution inkjet printer, lightly modified to accept fine watercolor
and printmaking papers. Giclée printing is rapidly gaining popularity and
competing with the traditional processes of lithography (fine offset printing)
and Serigraphy (fine silkscreening) in the commercial fine art world of limited
edition print publishing.
The Giclée print excells in its capacity to reproduce original art with
unlimited exactness and precision. The look and feel of a finely crafted
Giclée print can be so beautiful as to be astounding. The inks are
sprayed — four million drops of ink per second — into the fibers of fine art
watercolor papers and become a unified part of the paper. This marriage of
color and fiber creates a very rich, luminous quality, with amazing clarity,
tonality and color fidelity. Unlike chemical photography and printmaking,
Giclée prints are environmentally friendly, utilizing water-based, non-toxic
These limited edition prints
are on Summerset Velvet 150#, 100% cotton rag Archival paper.
Each print is numbered and
signed, and has a ½ “ border on 3 sides and a 1” border on the bottom.
They are provided in a clear
hinged top plastic pouch, and are not matted or framed.
The larger prints are in
editions of 600 each and are $ 65 per copy, and the small ones are in editions
of 900 each and are $ 25 per copy.
Mailing charge is $5 flat
charge regardless of the number of prints purchased.
Utah Residents add 6.25%
About the artist & her paintings:
Enilse Sehuanes-Urbaniak majored in Painting, receiving her BFA from the
The unfolding of each
image may take weeks as the “story” takes shape in the form of symbols,
colors, textures, luminous light, and the beauty of the female form. The women
in the paintings often represent The Divine Mother, Mother Nature, the Goddess
etc. The artist invites the viewer to look closely, observe and experience the
images as she becomes the
subject. The environment of the images portrays fertile lands, the mysterious
desert, bodies of water and vast star studded skies inspired by the incredible
richness of our earth, sky and animal kingdom. Enilse believes that it is
through contemplating the gifts of nature that we learn to look deeply inside
ourselves realizing how inter-connected we are with everything that exists
To see the exciting
discoveries Ray has made, visit our web site at naturalfrequency.net