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Ron Dahlquist Photography is a certified Epson Ultra Giclée printmaker. We use the highest quality, archival papers and pigmented inks to produce our beautiful photographic prints and canvas fine art giclée prints. This ink and paper combination will resist fading for an estimated 80 years if displayed properly. Our photographs and fine art giclée prints are all signed by Ron Dahlquist.

We offer personalized service to all of our clients. We are happy to print customized sizes to fit your home decorating needs. If you would like an image cropped (perhaps you need it to be 24” x 24”) that’s not a problem. Please feel free to call and discuss your individual fine art print requirements.

Photo Prints

Our photographs are printed on a premium lustre photo paper with Epson’s Ultrachrome, pigmented ink. This ink has an excellent lightfast rating which has been independently tested by Wilhelm Imaging Research. To ensure print permanence, we suggest that you frame your photograph under glass.

Canvas

We print our images on Breathing Color's Lyve Archival Matte Canvas. This beautiful canvas is a premium, archival poly-cotton blend canvas. It has a beautiful texture and provides amazing detail and color. To protect your giclée, we coat your print with a museum grade, semi-gloss varnish to protect your canvas from moisture, light, humidity, atmospheric contaminants, and fingerprints.

Gallery Wrap Styles

We include a gallery wrap with our canvas prints. You can choose between a continuous mirror gallery wrap or a solid color gallery wrap. The continuous mirror is a duplication of the outer two inches of the image. It is then flipped or "mirrored" which gives the image a smooth transition around the edge of the frame. Some images do not lend themselves well to mirroring around the edge. In those instances, a solid color would be a better choice for the gallery wrap. We would happy to discuss your options with you.

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