Deborah Berniklau giclée prints are offered on either canvas and quality Fine Art paper. Bitterroot Frames gives you the choice of getting your giclée prints shipped to you rolled, mounted on foam core or stretched on stretcher bars. Shipping rates will be assessed after purchase and based on size, weight and desired destination. We recommend the paper prints are placed under glass for their protection. Canvas prints are sprayed with a UV protection coat, as a result they can be framed and hung without being placed under glass. Custom sizes can be requested via email or phone. All the prints that we offer are available with the option to add the artist signature. Custom Frames are available to compliment your order, check out framing options here. Please email us with any questions.
We have 10 different Deborah Berniklau giclée prints to choose from; A Proud Nation, An Uncertain Future, Can I Keep Him, Captured Treasures, Draft Horse Buddies, Four Handsome Boys, Muddy Water, Nothin’s Stopping his Colt and Really.
Deborah Berniklau hails from New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment. Since a childhood that began with chalk drawings on her driveway, art has been the driving force in her life. After noticing her special talent, her parents encouraged private lessons and her life’s mission soon took hold. Berniklau later graduated with a BFA in illustration from the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. There she studied privately with the world famous Burne Hogarth. After college, she worked as an illustrator doing commissions for Disney, Warner Brothers, NASA and several noteworthy advertising agencies. After engaging in her fine art career, Berniklau studied privately with master artists Huihan Liu, Carolyn Anderson, Daniel Gerhartz, and Jeffrey Watts. She then fell in love with western art and began to paint stories of the west with passion.
Her style combines storytelling with character and emotion in order to capture the essence of the Old West. She takes great pride
in her execution of accurate anatomy in her people, horses, and landscapes. Berniklau uses her Andalusian horse, real cowboys, and Native American models for accurate representations that breathe life into her paintings.