Lex Jenkins , Mar 02, 2006; 11:38 a.m.
If you're actually using pigmented inks that's what you should emphasize. You might also emphasize the quality of the paper used. Artists and art buyers who are fairly knowledgeable about the properties of various media will understand that pigmented inks are generally more archival than dyes. These same folks will probably be a bit skeptical of the term "giclee" since it really doesn't mean anything (altho' the connotations in French are amusing).
Ditto attaching the term "fine art" to anything. It's an open invitation to disagreement. I'd rather see the viewer consider something to be fine art than listen to the creator describe something as fine art. It's pretentious and presumptuous and invites others to disagree with one's self assessment.
However, many folks won't know or care. And the world is full of successful self promoters, so maybe there's nothing wrong with describing one's process and materials as "fine art."