FAQ’s

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What is a  Giclée?  The word Giclée is neologism coined in 1991 for fine art digital prints made on high-end inkjet printers using archival pigment inks. Derived from the French word for spray, the term Giclée refers to the technical manner in which the ink jets spray pigmented inks onto specialized coated archival substrates.
Giclée prints are also called archival pigment prints.

Studio location:

Eye Walker Studios is located in a small town just south of the city of Napa, California, in American Canyon, California.

Other locations:

Currently, I’m is just in the one location, but don’t let that stop you, I am totally open to suggestions; like if you know of a gallery that might be interested in representing my art,  …… by all means, get a hold of me. -Thanks!!!

Do you do commission pieces?

I have painted with images strongly on my mind, and I am pretty detail oriented. I haven’t done a formal commission but I’d certainly be open to it.  Shoot me an email cherol@eyewalkerstudios.com

How can I pay for the paintings I want?

Right now I am able to take accept Paypal, Checks, Cash, Visa and Mastercard

What about shipping?

If you live in the Bay Area I will gladly bring it to you, or we can arrange a time for you to come by.  If you live outside of the Bay Area but within the continental US then I don’t charge for shipping, and I ship fed-ex where possible.  If, however, you live somewhere else, then before everything is finalized I will let you know the cost before I do anything.

What is the best way to stay updated on what is offered at the studio?

There are a few really great ways to keep updated on what is going on. You can sign up for my monthly newsletter, follow me on Twitter, or connect with me on Facebook.

Why the url?

While I was on a training retreat I pulled a spirit animal stone.  When I heard the story of Eye Walker and, after thinking on it for a while I realized that I had been a Rabbit all my life. You can read about it by googling:  The Medicine Cards

Written by Jamie Sams and David Carlson