Tag Archives: fine art
We just received an updated cover for our new book Treasures Untold from the graphic designer. We are excited to see the project moving forward and we like the look!
I created this image in Brazil a few years ago…. Photo © Byron Jorjorian http://www.byronjorjorian.com
On a recent trip to Texas, I spotted these islands of bluebonnets that appeared to be floating just above a sea of yellow and green. The Texas Dandelions made a wonderful “ocean” for my “Bluebonnet Island” composition. It is always … Continue reading
Walking along the river’s edge late one morning this fall I came upon this convergence of light line stone and water. It is very rewarding and exciting to discover an abstract image hidden within a much larger landscape….. Photograph © … Continue reading
This increasingly popular Eastern aesthetic philosophy guided my work even before I understood what the term meant. Continue reading
Water is fluid harmony, a source of serenity that connects us to nature. Whether it is a single dew drop, a waterfall, or the source of a spring, as in the image above, water has always been a favorite photographic subject of mine. It is a source of much of the inspiration for my art Continue reading