Reproduction Color Accuracy
Photographing the Artwork & Processing the Images
All artwork on the site is photographed with a Pentax K-1 35mm full frame SLR with a 50mm fixed lens to minimize distortion in a controlled lighting environment with 5500K daylight LEDs to render colors with optimal precision and accuracy. The image is then processed in Adobe Lightroom, adjusted and color corrected.
Giclée Printing Process
The image file is provided to our printer who uses a giclée printing process to reproduce the artwork with superior clarity and color.
Giclée is a French word used to describe the high quality, high resolution, fade resistant, archival inkjet printing process that is used for all Miriam McClung artwork reproductions on canvas.
A giclée print is a digital inkjet print. It is made using a combination of pigmented inks and archival substrates (paper/canvas).
The inkjet printer literally blends the colored inks as it prints to produce seamless, highly detailed prints of stunning color and detail.
A giclée should not fade for a minimum of eighty years!
Why does my reproduction look different than the image I see on my computer?
When viewing these images indoors in a web browser, artwork is likely to appear more saturated and vivid than if you viewed them in person.
The image your device displays may not be accurate for several reasons:
- Your monitor or device isn’t professionally color calibrated.
- Your screen viewing conditions impact color accuracy (outside vs. inside, florescent vs. leds, etc.).
- Your browser displays inaccurate color.
To ensure that you have the most accurate display of the image:
- View the image with a color calibrated monitor.
- View the image indoors with the lights off in the room.
- View the image in Firefox with color management enabled.
If you are concerned with color accuracy of a work contact us or make an appointment to see the work in person.
Shipping, Tracking & Returns
From the time we receive payment for your reproduction order, count on receiving the reproduction at your stated delivery address around 9-10 business days. Note, during holiday season, it will take longer to receive the piece.
- USPS Priority Mail can take 1 – 3 business days
- FedEx Ground can take 1 – 4 business days
It is possible to request expedited shipping for an additional charge.
Please contact us directly if you would like to place an order for more than ten (10) reproductions of any one work. The reproduction will be shipped directly from our printer to any address in the United States.
We will provide a tracking number from our printer as soon as we receive it. You can track USPS shipping numbers here.
Please contact us within 30 days of receiving the reproduction to arrange a return. You will receive a full refund if the reproduction is received in its original condition and packaging. You must ship the reproduction in its original packaging at your own shipping cost. Please contact us prior to returning the piece.
You may cancel your order at any time prior to shipping and receive a full refund. If you cancel your order after the reproduction has shipped, you will be responsible for returning the reproduction in its original condition and paying for the shipping cost. A refund for the work will be made once the artwork is received in original condition.
We reserve the right to cancel any order for an original work or reproduction placed via the website if we determine, in our reasonable discretion, that the piece is mispriced, out of stock, discontinued, damaged, or otherwise unavailable at the price listed.
If we cancel an order, we will send you an email confirmation of the cancellation and you will not be charged for your order.
If your reproduction arrives damaged:
Step 1 – Within seven (7) days of your merchandise delivery date, please email email@example.com to give us your order information.
Step 2 – Save the original packaging!
Step 3 – Take photos of damaged artwork and packaging. Please email these photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 4 – We will contact you to discuss next steps.