About Artopia Giclée

Artopia Giclée is a fine art reproduction studio for artists and others who need museum-quality reproductions of their original art. We are conveniently located in downtown Stoneham, Massachusetts, just a couple of miles north of Boston. We have studios for high-resolution digital photography, printing, finishing. framing and shipping worldwide. We can photograph artworks of ANY size or medium, in studio or on location, and create exquisite Giclée fine art reproduction prints on canvas or fine art paper. We are expert retouchers and can handle even the most difficult or unusual projects. We also publish fine art books and catalogs.

The owner, Steve Gyurina, has photographed thousands of  artworks for artists, collectors, corporations and educational institutions during the past 35 years. He is frequently recommended by the MFA Boston to private clients for location photography, and has worked for the MFA Houston, the Mellon Center for Studies in British Art, MIT and the MIT museum. Other clients have included the Museum of Modern Art, Harvard University, Boston University, the USS Constitution Museum, Boston College, Bonhams and Christie's Auction Houses, The National Gallery of Art. and the Peabody Essex Museum. 

Steve is very easy to work with. He's a true professional who cares greatly about the quality of his work and the satisfaction of his clients. Read testimonials here.

For print publishing projects, the studio collaborates with talented graphic designers. Projects have  included family histories; gallery guides for collections by Cy Twombley and Richard Diebenkorn, two books of landscape paintings by Robert Keighton; as well as a wonderful art book of classic still life paintings by designer/painter Gary Wang. We have also published many show catalogs for the Blanche Ames National Art Exhibition  Recent projects have included all photography for a book on the artworks owned by Eaton Vance Investments,  Paintings by  Hilgrath Hynes and Sylvia Clancy were also made into books. We also completed an important project for the Rhode Island Historic society that involved photographing and digitally restoring a 25 ft x 15 foot theatre background depicting Providence, Rhode Island around 1820. 

Our Philosophy

We love art and enjoy working with artists. If you are an artist we know that you've put your heart and soul into your work because you couldn't possibly do otherwise.That's just what artists do. We feel exactly the same about our services. We firmly believe that delivering anything less than our best possible work is just wrong. We're not a factory here. We do this business because we enjoy creating excellence, and we love to see our customers smile when we deliver that to them. 

If you have questions regarding an art-related project you have in mind, and you're not sure how to proceed, or if you need a quote, please don't hesitate to cal 781-665-1122 and ask for Steve. 

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