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Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 | Author:

The verdict is in and evidence-based design clearly indicates that artwork that features medium distance nature landscapes, actually reduces blood pressure and speeds the healing process. Also, less pain medicine is required to keep patients comfortable. This type of imagery has the added benefit of having a calming effect on patients, employees and visitors.

Here are a few of our top selling Spring images, that fills the prescription:

 


Monday, May 01st, 2017 | Author:

We are currently printing and coating 52 canvas prints for another project that we are working on. We print them with a mixed lighting profile (so they will look good under various lighting conditions). Then Triple UV coat them for extra protection and to make sure that the color won’t fade.

Sunday, January 17th, 2016 | Author:

Fog among the blue mountains

Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com

Friday, April 03rd, 2015 | Author:

“Nature can put on a thrilling show. The stage is vast, the lighting is dramatic, the extras are innumerable, and the budget for special effects is absolutely unlimited.” ― Yann Martel, Life of Pi

Sunrise in the middle of the New River

Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 | Author:

“Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.” by Gerard De Nerval

Not far from my home is a field of daisies that grows next to a forest. I visit it each year and make photographs for hours. Each year I discover something new

Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com

Monday, March 24th, 2014 | Author:

“The artist is the confidant of nature, flowers carry on dialogues with him through the graceful bending of their stems and the harmoniously tinted nuances of their blossoms. Every flower has a cordial word which nature directs towards him”. ~Auguste Rodin

The surprise lily is one of my favorite flowers. The petals almost look like brush strokes. There is great joy in exploring a flower and discovering all the possibilities among the patterns, shapes and colors. It is the easiest way I know to get into the creative “zone”.

Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com