Artist Peter publishes beautiful giclée print of churches in Bray
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 to www.petergrowney.net
Bray churches in print.