Artist Peter pub­lishes beau­ti­ful gi­clée print of churches in Bray

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ARTIST Peter Growney has brought out a beau­ti­ful lim­ited edi­tion gi­clée print of all the churches in Bray. The prints were pro­duced in Del­gany’s Cher­ry­lane Gallery.

The term gi­clée print refers to an el­e­va­tion in print-mak­ing tech­nol­ogy, with im­ages gen­er­ated from high-res­o­lu­tion dig­i­tal scans and printed with archival qual­ity inks onto var­i­ous sub­stances, in­clud­ing can­vas, fine art, and photo based pa­per.

Peter said that the process pro­vides bet­ter colour ac­cu­racy than other means of re­pro­duc­tion.

He has im­mor­talised the seven Bray churches and there are just 400 prints avail­able in two sizes from an orig­i­nal wa­ter­colour paint­ing by the artist. The prints are signed and num­bered.

The churches in­cluded in the im­age are St. Fer­gal’s, Queen of Peace, Christchurch, and the Methodist Church, as well as the Pres­by­te­rian Church, Holy Redeemer and St. Peter’s in Lit­tle Bray.

The prints are cur­rently avail­able at O’Kelly’s jew­ellers on Quinns­bor­ough Road or from the artist at (01) 2828881 and would make an ideal Christ­mas present.

For more in­for­ma­tion about Peter and his work, go to­ter­

Bray churches in print.

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