Creativity Gap Threatens Economic Futures Across the World

In a recent study released by Adobe Creative, 80% of people believe that unlocking creativity is critical to economic growth. World renowned Los Angeles based painter and architect, Yuroz, has spent his life in service to the creative process, both as an artist and as an advocate for the younger generations to live and experience artistic genius. Says Yuroz, “Life is full of mysteries and one of them is the creative process. This is one of the major qualities we as human beings have that makes us different from the other living creatures.” At the “Rebirth of a Nation” exhibit in Beirut this week, Yuroz invited 100 children to participate […]

Yuroz joins Arayji—Lebanese Minister of Culture—to promote Rebirth at Exhibition commemorating Centennial of Armenian Genocide

Yuroz speaking at opening night of Rebirth of a Nation exhibition in Beirut

“Rebirth of a Nation”, a themed art exhibition, a name adopted from one of the paintings from the United Nation’s commissioned “Human Rights” Mural Series created by internationally renowned artist, Yuroz, opened on Monday, the 4th of May, 2015 at the Beirut Exhibition Center commemorating the Armenian Genocide Centennial and promoting creativity, love and life. Organized by Solidere and the Central Committee of the Armenian Genocide Centennial in Lebanon, in collaboration with Noah’s Ark Art Gallery, and under the patronage of the Lebanese Minister of Culture H.E. Raymond Arayji, this exhibition aimed to share artistic expression to bring the focus of commemoration to the honoring of sacrifice and the determination of humanity to learn and improve.

Internationally acclaimed artist and human rights advocate Yuroz commemorates Armenian Genocide Centennial in “Rebirth of a Nation” Exhibition in Beirut, Lebanon

Rebirth of a Nation exhibition invitation

Armenian’s native son, Yuroz returns to his homeland to join H.E. Mr. Raymond Arayji, Lebanese Minister of Culture, Armenian ambassador, and the Armenian Genocide Centennial Central Committee of Lebanon to commemorate the 100 years since the Armenian Genocide through the cultural exhibit, “The Rebirth of a Nation”.

Serigraphy Process Step-by-Step

Yuroz during printing process for Dance with the Pomegranates

With a serigraph edition, one of the first considerations is the size of the print. How much of a border will it have around the image? Another consideration is the size of the edition. As this form of printing involves numerous steps and layer upon layer of printing, it is impossible to increase the number of prints halfway through the process. Capturing the Original Artwork In order to reproduce an original piece of art, we need the artwork to use as a reference as we go through the process. We use the original itself since the original is the best way to insure accuracy of color. We create an extremely […]

Serigraphy Printing is Original Art whereas Giclée printing is a print reproduction

Serigraphy is the name commonly used for fine art screenprints. It is a time-honored technique, based on stenciling, for creating prints by hand. The term serigraph is a combination of the Latin word for “silk”, seri and the Greek word for “to write”, graphos. The term serigraph is used to distinguish fine art screenprints from mass-produced commercial screenprints. Serigraphy is the romantic island in the big sea of original fine art reproduction, since it is produced entirely by hand in close collaboration between the artist/publisher and the print studio. Screenprinting can be traced back as far as the Song Dynasty (960–1279 AD). Japanese artists turned screenprinting into a complex art […]

“The Great Art Gap” by David Ferrell, Los Angeles Times Magazine

  L.A. Times Magazine cover article on February 3, 2003 by David Ferrell.  Yuroz is the only other artist that was featured by this magazine’s cover story besides Andy Warhol. “… A woman named Michelle Neild talked of a personal art collection consisting of Picasso, Mir-, Chagall, Matisse and her No. 1 favorite, Yuroz: “Nothing comes close to Yuroz in my opinion.” Another admirer, Steve Berglas, waved a hand at more than three dozen vibrant pieces hanging in the main showroom. He labeled the psychological themes unsurpassed: “Where do you find an artist who has that breadth?… ” “… He gives so freely,” says collector Chris Schran, who has seen more […]