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Jack Dykinga

Featured in: Boundless Vision | Borderlands | Native Lands

About Jack Dykinga

Pulitzer Prize (1971 Feature Photographer) winning photographer Jack Dykinga is a photographer wildly respected for his talent using a large format film camera to photograph landscape. He is also known for his concern about environmental issues in both the American southwest and Mexico. He has collaborated with Mexico’s Agrupacion Sierra Madre to produce a book on the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, and in 2007 he illuminated the biological richness and variety of the protected areas along the Rio Grande River corridor for a National Geographic issue. Following this, Jack and four other photographers formed the first “Rapid Assessment Visual Expedition” (RAVE) for the International League of Conservation Photographers. To heighten awareness for the threatened surrounding area, they documented the El Triunfo cloud forest in Chiapas, Mexico. Jack is currently a board member for the Sonoran National Park Project, an organization that is helping create a bi-national park on the borders of Arizona and Mexico.

Jack Dykinga’s fine art prints, are signed, titled, open edition numbered and dated. All images are either pigment prints done on archival Hahnemühle Photo Rag (a watercolor-like heavy grade paper) with a flat finish yet amazing color contrast and fidelity with the longest archival life (70+ years), or Fuji Crystal Archive photographic prints (60+ years) exposed with traditional photographic process using Chromira LEDs to make the exposures. Some images simply look better with one process or the other.

Print only:
16x20 - $700.00
20x24 - $800.00
24x30 - $950.00
30x40 - $1700.00
40x50 - $2400.00*

Print in mat:
16x20 - $750.00
20x24 -$850.00
24x30 -$1000.00
30x40 -$1750.00

Mats are double thick, rag, white, museum grade, hinge mounted to archival foam backing.
Please contact Sara Kaplan 310-452-2842 for ordering information.


The G2 Gallery is free and open to the public. Admission to special events, including artist receptions, is $10 at the door and will directly support environmental charities.