Ellen Diederich’s first painting of the Fargo Theatre in Downtown Fargo, ND. A colorful rendition of an iconic Fargo scene.
“Giclée” (pronounced zhee-clay) is a French term which means “spraying of ink.” Giclée reproductions are not produced through a traditional printing process. They are distinctly different from prints because a printing plate is not used. While the colors are spectacular, the actual texture and feel replicates that of an original watercolor. Acrylic pigments are used to recreate vibrant color creating a near permanent finish.