Restaurant Waiter Watercolor
Floating along the San Antonio river on a river barge, you look up at the scenery and restaurants as you pass by. We once caught this waiter in a quiet moment on his break. The scene reminded me of many Edward Hopper's paintings--of lovely, quiet solitude.
Printed on Epson Velvet fine art paper using archival pigment inks. This high quality cotton paper makes it hard to tell the original painting from the print! This quality printing allows over 100 years of vivid color in a typical home display.
Prints are sent in cellophane sleeve with cardboard in a sturdy mailer to protect it while shipping.
The image area is 8 x 10 inches and is printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper.
Thank you for looking! ~Susan :)
(giclée (n): a printmaking method using an ink-jet printer for photographic images of paintings to produce high-quality reproductions; also written giclee. In giclee, the ink is sprayed on to your choice of media in millions of colors utilizing continuous tone technology, retaining all the fine detail of the original. French 'sprayed ink')