Very few things can match a watercolor painting for color sensitivity and intensity. Its a marvousl median for expressing feelings and emotions about a given subject. There are serious drawbacks to watercolor paintings in that they must be properly framed, with the proper glass to prevent fading and discoloring.
Phyllis has come up with a technique that avoids the need for expensive framing and puts the watercolor image directly onto canvas. This approach produces a canvas giclee with the same color intensity as the original but without the need to protect the painting from fading.
The following are watercolor images available as gicclee's in sizes as described in the "What is a giclee" page.