A giclée (jee-clay) is the highest quality fine art reproduction process available. Kate Moriarty giclees are created one at a time on archival quality rag paper and have been printed with archival quality inks with a lasting color impression of up to 75 years under extreme UV light exposure. Under normal exposure to UV lighting, they have a lasting impression of up to 120 years. Giclées are now found in the finest galleries. Reputable museums around the world, including the Louvre, New York's Metropolitan Museum, and the Guggenheim, display giclées as part of their collections.
Each print is numbered, titled and signed by Kate Moriarty.