Frank Allnutt's
Giclées on Canvas

Giclées on canvas are exhibited among the most renowned art museums and galleries, as they are considered fine art. Giclée (jhee-clay) is a French word meaning droplets or sprays of paint. Frank Allnutt's giclées are produced on museum quality canvas with ten archival inks. The result is a greater range of color (gamut) than dye prints on photographic paper. While color photos fade relatively quickly, pigmented inks used in the giclée process are laboratory tested to retain color integrity for 200 years, under normal conditions.

Printed canvases can be purchased flat (unmounted), gallery wrapped, or framed in beetle-killed pine frames, "barn wood" frames, and black gallery frames.

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Featured at Spirit Mountain Antler & Log Designs,
Salida, Colorado.

  Frank Allnutt began his creative career at the Walt Disney Studio and went on to become Public Relations Manager of WED (Walt E. Disney) Enterprises, the "Imagineering" (planning and design) firm for Disneyland and Walt Disney World. It was at WED where he became fascinated with the similarities between Disney animation art and ancient Egyptian tomb mural art. It inspired him to return to his long-held interest in photography and painting.

Eventually, his artistic abilities were put to work. He created early concept drawings for the Disneyland Light Parade and "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Water" show for Walt Disney World.

After leaving Disney his art was once again placed on hold, and writing books became his number one passion. Today, a best-selling author of dozens of books and booklets, he is perhaps best known for The Force of Star Wars, which has been distributed worldwide and translated into many languages. Frank now resides on an historic cattle and hay ranch in the heart of Colorado's Rocky Mountains.

His biography appears in The International Who's Who of Intellectuals, The International Book of Honor, and a score of other biographical reference works.





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