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George Jerkovich

 

The format of George’s photographic prints is usually a panoramic one. He takes them with a digital camera and prints them himself with a state of the art ink jet printer using the latest technology with pigmented inks. This means that these prints are rated lightfast for one hundred to one hundred and fifty years. Using his own printer also allows George to control the entire artistic process

Collections that include George’s photographs are Sunflower Bank, Advantage Trust, The Mortgage Company, The Tammy Walker Cancer Center, all of Salina, and the Bank of America in Wichita. The Smoky Hill Museum has many large prints in its collection that have toured the state being displayed in libraries and other public buildings. In addition, the State of Kansas purchased rights to four images for promotional purposes.

Exhibits of George’s photographs have been held at the Hays Arts Center, the Lincoln (KS) Arts Center, The Abilene Arts Center, The Smoky Hill Museum, and the Birger Sandzen Museum in Lindsborg.

 


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