“I’m Home—Beaufort Waterfront and Meka II”
"There is no better way to portray Beaufort than from the sea."

Brent Creelman, Director of Operations of Friends of the North Carolina Maritime Museum

▪9"x18" Giclée on Paper 
  ▪ 12”x24” Giclée on Paper
  ▪ 18”x36” Giclée on Paper
   ▪ 18”x36” Giclée on Canvas 
Clammers on Town Creek - Early 1900s
10.5" x 21.5"
15" x 30" Giclée
James Manney House circa 1812
The painting was inspired by a rare 1905 postcard.
11x11 Giclée & 15x15 Giclée
Old Inlet Inn circa 1911
7.5x10.5 Giclée
11x14 Giclée

James S. Whitehurst House circa 1901
8x10 Giclée
Owens-Bedford House
8"x10" Giclée
Hatsell House circa 1827
7.5"x10.5" Giclée 
Hammock House - built in1800
 11"x14" Giclée
Ward-Hancock House
7"x10" Vertical  - 11"x14" Horizontal
Arendell House circa 1847
7.5"x11"     11"x14" 

What is a Giclée?

Gicleé is derived from the French verb gicler

which means "to spray, jet, or spurt."


A Giclée is an archival fine art print produced

on high quality acid–free paper or on canvas.


A Giclée print exudes vibrancy of color. Prints are created with archival inks that will last up to 200 years with protection from direct sunlight.

A Giclée is the highest quality print that can be produced with today's technology to best replicate the integrity of the original art.

Giclées are printed digitally so that the artist is able to control the quality at a much higher level than any other print method.


Standard Mini Prints
- Suggested Display of many prints available
Prints come with 8x10 mats and will fit standard frame.