Fine Art Printing of photos and artwork, plus custom framing, film scanning, and digital layout for print products.
We don’t just load up your digital image and press "print". Each image is checked closely for colour, tonal balance, and image details.
We take the time to work with you and make sure the final product is something we’ll both be proud of.
Our professional-grade Epson Stylus Pro 4900 printer uses 11 colours of archival ink to print high quality prints up to 17″ wide, and pretty much as long as you like.
Originally, "giclée" referred to a particular printing technology using a high-resolution industrial printer. Nowadays, the term refers more generally to inkjet-based printing technology, but especially for high quality, fine art prints: use of multiple archival inks that boast rich colours and resist fading; extremely high printing resolution to provide tremendous detail; and use of beautiful archival-quality papers to print on.
We print on ink-jet photo paper, archival fine art paper, and canvas from a variety of paper companies including Moab, Epson, Hahnemühle, and Ilford. If you are interested in printing on a certain medium (such as metallic papers), ask us and we'll see what we can do.
See our print mediums description to learn more.
You bet! We recognize that for the Arts in the Northwest to continue thriving, your creative practice is both a passion and a business. You have to make a profit from your creative products, too! That's why From the Treehouse offers a 30% discount on all printing jobs intended for re-sale over $100 for artists in the Northwest.
You can have your print framed with us, too. Frames are hand-made and unique, with a wood and/or stain chosen to go well with the image it is designed for. Canvases, photo prints, fine art paper, or even fabric art works: we'll craft something to showcase your image.
To get started, e-mail or call us to tell us what you'd like to have framed. We'll discuss options for framing and follow up right away with a quote. Once you give us the go-ahead, expect 3-5 days turnaround.
Wood. From tight-grained softwood like yellow cedar to expressive hardwoods like curly maple, mahogony or dark walnut, each frame is distinct. We can also do inlays to further enhance the frame.
Yes. For some projects with unusual dimensions or requirement it might take a little while to source the materials, but we'll take care of all that when we quote you a price.
Depending on the size of the job, your frame will take between a few days to two weeks. This includes time for any stains or varnish to set.
To get started, contact us to tell us what job you have in mind. We'll follow up right away with an estimate that gives you a range, depending on the job. After that, we get together to have a look at the media you want us to photograph, scan, or make prints of, and finalize a quote before going ahead. Once you give us the go-ahead, expect 3-5 days turnaround.
You bet! We recognize that for the Arts in the Northwest to continue thriving, your creative practice is both a passion and a business. You have to make a profit from your creative products, too! That's why From the Treehouse offers a 30% discount on all reproduction jobs over $100 for artists in the Northwest.