I don't have any specifics as to when they closed their doors for good, but they quit making pigment prints quite some while ago, at least a year or more ago as I recall. I think they originally had a problem with the supply of the materials, such as the color tissue and various bases, and may have had a problem in actually making the prints. Plus, the archival quality of pigment prints made on inkjet printers must have certainly cut deeply into the market.

Sandy


Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
Anyone know what's become of Ataraxia? I just looked at their website, and they say they've closed.