"Balam" the Mayan name for Jaguar. The Mayans worshipped the jaguar as a deity and believed was the guardian of cornfields and villages, the Good of agriculture. Also, because of its ability to see in the night Mayans believed Jaguars were able to move between worlds. the jaguar was a being of the stars and the earth.
Giclée (pronounced "jhee-clay") is a term used to describe the process of making fine art prints from a digital source using ink-jet printing, in this process the "original work of art" is scanned in high definition and printed in museum quality fine art paper, the gicleé process captures every color of the original art making it higher quality and longer lasting than traditional prints.
Original piece of art: Watercolors on cold press watercolor paper 300 gr/m2.
Gicleé Print comes in Archival Matte Fine Art Paper, 230g.
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Watermark doesn't show on the gicleé print.