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Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 | Author:

This is an image of a project we worked on in Chicago that featured one of my images.

This image of sepia toned tree branches with my sumi-e treatment was produced in a massive mural treatment as you can see in the images above.

We are being called on to produce large scale prints, glass pieces, acrylic and mural projects with growing regularity. By large scale, we are talking images 10 feet and larger. Our largest installed print to date was over 55 feet wide! This can only be accomplished using the Ultra-High resolution images that Byron has been producing for years. Byron is a master printer and we can print on paper or canvas in individual pieces or panels at whatever size needed. We also prepare size and crop to order. Delivering ready to print digital files for production by other labs, when that is desirable.


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Monday, November 20th, 2017 | Author:

Achieving a zen feeling in my photography has always been a goal of mine. Building a Zen garden, however that seemed a big stretch.
Not too long ago, we were looking over a recently completed corporate art installation when the client asked if I had any ideas for a space that he had that was not being utilized. He said that he hoped it would be a place where people could take a break and relax. I said “Maybe a Zen Garden”? He looked at me and instantly said, “Yes that would be great. Build one for me here.” I said “I have never built a Zen garden before”. He said “You are creative. You will figure it out”. I said “Ok”, feeling both scared and excited at the same time. After weeks of looking at rocks, gravel, fountains, researching and planning, this is what I came up with…..
The backdrop is a 15′ mural made from one of the images I created for the sumi-e collection at Byron Jorjorian Photography

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Sunday, June 04th, 2017 | Author:

My passion for photography has always been linked to discovery. Discovering new places, new ways of seeing and exploring paths of creative expression. Recently I have begun deeply exploring a more abstract nature image than I have pursued in the past. Here are a few examples of what I have been up  to.

Thursday, April 06th, 2017 | Author:

Above is a photograph of a 7 foot gallery wrapped canvas in the process of printing for one of our clients in Minnesota. We are printing a lot of canvases for our clients but it is always fun to take a break to see an image that I saw just a few months ago through the viewfinder of my camera actually appear in print.

We print on all sorts of substrates including wood, acrylic, glass and metal. More on that in an upcoming post.

We triple coat our canvases to insure they are protected against the color fading effects of UV light and the occasional bump, scrape, or fingerprint (which can be wiped off with a soft cloth).

Print Ready for coating below:

More canvases awaiting coating from another project: