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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.

Friday, November 22nd, 2013 | Author:

I was photographing in early spring in the Texas Hill country and I became fascinated by the abstract patterns that were being created and changed almost instantly by the wind. The wind can create problems for photography but it can also create opportunities!

Photo © Byron Jorjorian


Thursday, January 24th, 2013 | Author:

Today I printed a 40×60 gallery wrapped canvas print of this image for a client. It has been a popular abstract With my clients and is one of my  personal favorites. So I wanted to take a few minutes to share it with you. Visualizing a deeply three dimensional scene such as this as a two dimensional abstract photograph is exciting to me. Then composing and creating the image and finally to see it output as a massive print to share with others is thrilling! I created this image while hiking at the bottom of a gorge in Big South Fork National Recreation area in Tennessee.

Photograph © Byron Jorjorian


Monday, January 25th, 2010 | Author:

Grass and sunset reflections of clouds in the water Image #22506_313sm

As our lives become increasingly complex, an inner urge emerges to simplify our living areas to create balance and peace internally.  Interior designers are being asked to create minimalist spaces for their clients that still resonate with character and sophistication. This is a task that is easier said than done, as less is often more difficult to achieve than more.

Choosing just the right works of art to adorn walls is key to creating a Zen living space that also has warmth and life. Many intriguing photographs can be found to achieve this effect. The goal is to select those that are simple yet imaginative and evoke a sense of nature that can serve as a focal point for such designs.

Each room in a Zen design should have only one central focal point – a small Zen garden, a leaf print, or a simply stated wooden bench would suffice.  Such spaces should be highly functional and efficient, with many pieces of furniture serving a double duty.

Colors should be nature-oriented, and can be defined by the Zen photography placed on the walls.  Sage, coffee, taupe, and shades of balsa blend nicely together and create a natural, simplistic setting.

Also complementary to a Zen design are the photos of leaves.  As the humble leaf is the “factory” where food is produced for the mighty tree, it is symbolic of small things creating great results.  Dried leaves symbolize the harvest, while green, fresh ones symbolize the newness of spring. Photos of leaves fill the viewer with a sense of peace and harmony, making them ideal choices for stress-free living spaces.

Recessed lighting adds to the overall ambiance of such a design, and helps to illuminate the tastefully chosen Zen photos for decorating adding interest to the space.  A few candles sparsely spread throughout each room will add the Feng Shui element of fire for balance.

We have a large number of images suitable for imparting a Zen feeling to the design of a room throughout our site. You can visit a special gallery of our Zen imagery created using an exclusive technique by clicking HERE

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