Sunday, May 20, 2007

A Carolina Gallery Giclee Biz sold to Jean Ehler

Many of you know that Tom Rose of A Carolina Gallery planned to sell his
Giclee Print Business. Jean Ehler, a professional artist has agreed to purchase the business and will be opening sometime in the near future. We will post information here as it becomes available.

Jean Ehler states; " This is the latest thing in fine art printing. The images will stay bright and beautiful for 125 years or more. This will allow me to print anything from a digital image; photographs, fine art, etc. on high quality archival paper or canvas in any size, from note cards up to 3.5' x 10'. More information will be coming soon just watch my Hillview Art site.
If you have anything you've thought about getting a print of an old photograph, a new photograph or a piece of your art, just let me know. I will make your image look its best, then print as many as you want."


Coming soon...this blog will announce when the business has opened and all the details
as they become available. Coming soon: Giclee prints contact Artist Jean Ehler

post updated 5-22-07 by artsails1
www.jeanbourque.com






2 comments:

Susan said...

Hi!
I just tried to send a message using Outlook Express. I don't think it worked! I, too, love comments on my blog, so now I'm leaving my message here.

I was happy to learn that A Carolina Gallery was sold and will continue to offer high quality giclee prints. I visited the Hillview website by following the links you provided but found no information about the printing services.

Over the years, I've referred clients to A Carolina Prints for reproductions of their portraits and especially for family keepsakes...in order that everyone in a family might have a copy of a special images. I would like to continue making this recommendation but need additional information...like the new address, contact person's name, telephone number, pricing guidelines, etc. I don't know the Ehler's, so I thought I'd write to you in order to make some sort of introduction. I'd be happy to receive a few fliers or business cards in the mail...just something to hand out upon occasion to interested people.

Also, Jean, please check out my blog: http://artbysusanlenz.blogspot.com
Thanks!
Susan Lenz
Mouse House, Inc.

artsails1 said...

I will forward this on to Jean Ehler at Rustyjean60@wmconnect.com