Behind every outstanding giclée is an equally outstanding team of professionals dedicated to the production of stunning canvas giclées that capture the original images of our accomplished artists.
Our goals are twofold:
1. exceeding the high expectations of our artists, and
2. exceeding the high expectations of our collectors.
Our work begins with a team effort to select unique and powerful artists. Once we have committed ourselves to an artist (and the artist has committed themselves to Gallery Giclées), Diana Weber Gardner, creative director, takes over. Working in conjunction with Gallery Giclée owners, Norah Lynne and Alan Brown, images are selected and sizes are determined. Once proofed, images are OK'd by the team, and then sent to the respective artists for critiques.
|Diana Weber Gardner|
But Diana also has a lengthy association with her community. In 1975 as teenagers, she and husband Tim Gardner worked with ChagrinArts to produce a mural on a building at 107 Water St., Chardon, OH. In the years that followed, the mural became a renowned local landmark. And even as it faded with time, it is still a favorite among residents and travelers.
Now, as part of Chardon’s Bicentennial Celebration, Diana has been asked to lead a group of volunteers to restore the image to its former brilliance. Diana says, “It’s heartwarming to learn from town residents about how much the mural has been enjoyed all these years. I am overwhelmed by the support of both city leaders and residents. In preparing for the project, I have learned how excited they are to know that it will be restored.” Read more about it here.