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"A horse brings many gifts,
it's up to you to accept them or not."


Art Rice

Giftedhorse is a culmination of today's technology, many years in the graphics design industry and a love for "the print." We offer archival inkjet prints. Using the Macintosh platform, along with Epson printers and many top-of-the-line peripherals, we produce a superior product. Preview our gallery and see if you don't agree. As we are always on the look out for new and fresh designs, come back often and see our new editions.

About Gicleé Printing
Gicleé (jhee-clay) - Derived from the French verb gicler meaning to squirt. The term gicleé print typically connotes a certain elevation in print making technology. Images are high-resolution digital scans printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates. The gicleé process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction. Gicleé prints are advantageous to artists who find it not feasible to mass-produce their work, but want to reproduce their art as needed. Once an image is archived, additional reproductions can be made with minimal effort and cost. Thus the up-front cost of mass production is eliminated and printing is done on demand. Another tremendous advantage to Gicleé printing is that artwork can be reproduced to almost any size and on various media, giving the artist the ability to customize prints for a specific client. Permanence is a concern to artists and collectors.

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How can I protect my print?
Prints are ready for matting and framing. If you choose to frame your print, take it to a professional. Make sure your mat board and any tape used is pH neutral. I recommend using 8-ply front mat board so that there will be generous airspace between the print and the glazing. Never hang your art in direct sunlight. If you don't frame your print, then store it flat between sheets of archival-quality paper. When you're not enjoying the work, keep it in a cool, dark, dry place. As with all works on paper, you should keep the piece out of direct sunlight as much as possible. Keep in mind that viewing images on the Internet has limitations. Please be assured that when you receive your prints, you will be simply amazed with the detail, sharpness and color fidelity. Print dimensions depend on the artist's original dimensions or aspect ratio. Each Gicleé is shipped with the utmost care. Please allow 10 - 14 days for order completions plus the shipping time it takes for delivery. You may exchange your prints with an acceptable reason (we decide what's acceptable) within 30 days from date of purchase. Prints must be free from damage, dents, creases, spills or stains.

Art Rice
Has been a graphic designer since 1967, and has worked in many ad agencies and design studios over the years. His artwork has been published in books and included in the National Gallery of Fine Arts and The Library of Congress. His posters have been sold in retailers throughout the world. In 1983 Art opened his own design studio, and when apple computers came in he quickly jumped on board. One of Art's accounts was an Apple reseller and he began training Artists, and Photographers, and developed a large list of clients for training and trouble shooting. Art is married since 1969 to his wife Judy, they have three adult children, two son-in-laws and one-daughter-in-law and eleven grandchildren. Judy and Art also have three horses that keep them busy.

Having grown up with horses Art had the opportunity to get back to horses in 2011. He has spent years studying some of the best trainers in the Horsemanship world, such as Buck Brannaman, Clinton Anderson, Chris Cox and especially Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrance and others.

Art is also a second degree Black belt in the World Tae Kwon Do Association. He practiced with Grandmaster Duk Sung Son in the WTA Headquarters in Manhattan, Michael Dealy in Brooklyn, New York, Beverley Hinton in Coram, New York and Vernon Church at Stony Brook University among others.