Monday, 14 December 2009 13:37

The Digital Art Gallery Makes Fine Art Replicas of Photos

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The Digital Art Gallery - Photo by Heidi LuxPainter and photographer Leni Betes, originally from Spain, is perhaps best known for her signature collection of delicate and life-like flowers (previously on display at Downtown Clearwater's Pangea Café in the Spring of 2009). Betes originally created one painting of each flower and reproduces multiple copies of her images through the process of giclée (a high-quality method of making fine art print replicas of paintings), and is now offering this process for hire at her Clearwater store, The Digital Art Gallery.
At the Digital Art Gallery (which Betes manages with her husband, also an artist), a variety of artistic services are provided. Betes offers fine art printing, print of photography onto canvas, portrait studio, framing services  and commercial digital printing, in addition to giclée. Betes and her husband also make both in-door and out-door artistic signs. Betes is particularly proud of one service; the print of a photograph onto canvas or other media of any size. This is perfect for “everyone who wants to preserve their legacy,” says Betes, adding that is also makes a great and unique gift.

Betes is also a fan of the giclée process, which she says makes art more affordable for people by allowing the artist to create from his  original piece of art, a  reproduction  that maintain a high quality level.  Artists are also able to sell a painting while reserving the original for themselves.

The Digital Art Gallery is located on 504 N. Fort Harrison Ave in Clearwater, and on the web at .  Betes can also be contacted at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or   (727)-623-7150
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