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By Gregory Franklyn
"Gregory" by Paul Dahlquist 2010

“Gregory” by Paul Dahlquist 2010

My name is Gregory Franklyn. I am handling Paul Dahlquist’s online presence. It has been a while since I’ve posted new work from Paul and that is because he is no longer able to hold a camera steady enough to do something worthy of your attention. He IS well though and is living in a Senior Care facility in Kent Washington where he is thriving. He is well attended by his two sons, Stuart and Adam and a gang of grandchildren and friends.The only way to contact Paul these days is by mail. You can contact him directly and I encourage you to do so, as I know he LOVES hearing from you. Please do! (and don’t forget to browse through some of his work that we’ve presented for you here. After all, that’s what this is all about.)

Paul Dahlquist

Saliem’s Senior Home

524 Railroad Ave. S

Kent, Wa 98032

If you need to contact ME for some reason, I can be reached at

Show in November 2013

By Paul

“Marilyn Murdoch Presents: Paul Dahlquist Photography Group Show!!”

November 1 – December 31, 2013

Including works, by

Paul Dahlquist – Adam Blackman – Jon Gottshall – Rebecca Guberman-Bloom

Sherry Heiser – Ann Kandellen – Jim Lummasson – Nathan Lucas & Greg Whal-Stephens

Artists Reception November 2nd 2013 – 3:00PM

Katayama Framing

2219 NW Raleigh st

Portland, OR


Hours: Tue-Fri 9:00AM to 6:00PM

Saturday 10:00AM to 5:00PM


Almandra & Kimi

Almandra & Kimi

Colin's Pup

Colin’s Pup






Is It Hot In Here?

By Paul

Ladds from Ohio

Is It Getting Hot

Zacks Chest


Roaming Hands

September in Seattle

By Paul

Hotter Than July

By Paul



Showing in April 2012

By Paul

Broderick Lee

Rick Hill

Kimo @ The Beach



Now Showing in February 2012

By Paul

405 15th Ave East Seattle WA * 206-324-6406

Paul Dahlquist

Black & White Photographs

Showing in the Month of February 2012

Meet the Artist Sunday February 5th 7:30 to 9:00PM

Force of Will

The Studio in the Gadsby Building




Mark Galloway

Paul with Lilly



Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

By Paul

Pentax K-1000

Cait Willis is curating Paul Dahlquist’s new show at Ghost Gallery and has included paintings and Drawings from the 50s and 60s when he spent time with Northwest Artists Including Mark Tobey and Guy Anderson.

Glisan @ 13th Ave

He lived with Wesley Weir and worked for Zoe Dusanne. Unfortunately, photography was not his medium until the 70s.

Jerdan Freehoff

Dahlquist is calling his show “Presences”, a word used by Wendell Berry in his novel, “Jayber Crow”. Presences is any specific time, place or subject that is intensely experienced. Some fine Presences are not recorded for posterity.


This current show will have portraits, light studies, urban subjects and figures; Parents are alerted that adult material is included.

There will be an artist’s reception on Thursday November 10, 2011 from 6:00 to 9:00PM.

Outside My Bathroom Window

The Ghost Gallery

504 E Denny Way, Seattle Washington

(Denny Way @ Summit)

Hours are Tuesdays through Saturdays from 12-8

and 12-6 on Sundays

Something Old and Something New

By Paul

First, for the NEW!

And Something Old:


Michael Taylor 1981


Rick Hill 1983


Carl Gamble 1985


Glen Fly 1982


By Paul
“Tangled” by Paul Dahlquist

Will be among the delights that await you this weekend at:

Fremont Studios
155 N. 35th Street
Seattle, WA  98103

May 20 – 22, 2011

For more information visit: