High quality, archival giclée art reproduction and framing services, digital jurying, and web exhibition management.

What is a Giclée Print?


Ken Tannahill
Dunham, QC:
(450) 295 2131


We only use the best quality archival media and pigmented inks. Our reproductions are rated by all our material providers to not fade or deteriorate for up to 200 years. Our reproductions on canvas are coated to provide mechanical protection and to filter out ultraviolet light so as to ensure longevity.

We are a small company that permits us very close consultation with artists to ensure that the reproductions we produce conform as much as possible to artists' expectations.
The main attribute of our service is excellence of quality.

Artists may come to our studio to carefully review free soft proofs to ensure that the reproductions conform in colour, contrast, brightness and saturation. This is accomplished using a Pantone Colorvision, electronically calibrated monitor before hard copy proofs are printed. By using this advanced technique it is rare that more than one printed hard copy proof is required.

One or many reproductions may be made with very little difference in price.

We have set up and managed  the online digital jurying for both membership and exhibition jurying; and both online and gallery art exhibitions for the Society of Canadian Artists. Current sites may be viewed at:

http://socanart.ca    and   http://socanart.ca/ex08

Custom Reproductions of Artist's works and Photographs

Larger prints include a 2" border.

Prices are between 6¢ and 8¢ per square inch


(1/4" border)

16" x 20"

20" x 24"

Water colour, Enhanced  Matte (smooth)




Water colour Somerset Velvet or Textured Fine Art




PremierArt Water Resistant Canvas *




Glossy photo




These prints with images retail at least four times the cost of reproduction beyond the cost of framing.

* Unstretched

The cost of a  printing will depend on volume and other services that may be needed.
The rates are as follows using archival media and pigmented inks:


If you would like to photograph your works yourself, click on the link below to obtain a guide for artists that I prepared for workshops that I presented to members of the Society of Canadian Artists:

Guide to photographing works
About this Site

This site was prepared by Ken Tannahill

All work: Copyright © 2008