This is what I call a "Legacy Reproductions."  It was brought in by the daughters of a deceased artist, as a means of continuing their mother's legacy via the distribution of her art to a broader audience.  The artist is Paulette Prados.  She was from the South Louisiana area.

Very 1st canvas giclee of a new work by Stacey Fabre: "Uptown Shotgun"


Printing canvas giclees for Sharlene Dufrene of Raceland, Louisiana, to hang in an upcoming exhibition at the Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center in Thibodaux, Louisiana, part of the Jean Lafitte National Park system.

Don't let your less than optimal digital files dissuade you from having reproductions made of your artwork. We have methods to adjust for common photographic issues, such as focus & gray overcast, to create a digital file from which "true to the original" reproductions can be produced.

This piece first came into our studios in March of 2004. Almost 12 years later, as we dust it off for a reissue printing, it still impresses me with its dramatic, old master's style of stark shadows & rich colors.

"Remembering Lillian"
36 x 48, Oil on Canvas
Artist: Ann Catalanotto (Kenner, Louisiana)
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This is what I call a "Legacy Reproductions."  It was brought in by the daughters of a deceased artist, as a means of continuing their mother's legacy via the distribution of her art to a broader audience.  The artist is Paulette Prados.  She was from the South Louisiana area.

Step one--in the process leading up to a finished art reproduction--is to capture a focused, color accurate digital of the original.

Step two--as shown--is to produce a proof print that matches the original work.

Once the artist approves the proof, then the digital file can be resized for production on matte or textured paper, or on canvas.

In this case, the artist (Vanda Templet, of Raceland, Louisiana) is planning to have canvas reproductions made & then have them mounted to foam board for framing in the same 11 x 14 dimension as the original.