Our goal is to provide artists, photographers and institutions with exceptional quality giclée (pronounced zhee-CLAY) printing at a highly affordable price point, and with the ease and control to do it all online, from any location, on any device.
As a business-to-business service provider, we are passionate about making your business look more professional and impressive to your collectors, clients and students. We do this by offering only museum & gallery quality printing from our manufacturing facility and showroom located in Melbourne, FL.
ChromaZone Ink’s principals got started in the giclée printing business when that technology began in the late 1980’s. Our founder, Brian Abrahamson has been a professional photographer & graphic artist his entire adult life. He began his career in the film photo labs, managing color and producing fine photography prints since before “digital” photography was commonplace. Brian was actually in the very first Epson “Giclée Printing Certification” program back when Epson offered them.
Assisting at the helm is Brian’s wife, Angela. She is a multimedia senior project manager for a global tech giant and holds her undergraduate degree in fine art, with a masters in computer resource management. These people know their art, printing and technology! Angela oversees the art department that includes a good bit of the color matching and paint embellishing, although she admits that with their newer camera, digital back scanner & new Canon printer, color matching is pretty much a breeze.
They met in the early 2000s when Brian was assigned to shoot a photography spread for a local décor magazine’s feature about Angela’s downtown Melbourne art gallery. When this finicky gallery owner learned he was also a giclée printer she decided to test his product. She received her “test” giclée and was thrilled that she couldn’t peel the ink off and that this man actually knew the proper way to stretch the corners of canvases, – and the rest is history! Together they began teaching “Going Digital for Artists” & “Art Marketing” workshops, and several years later they were saying “I Do” at a lodge in California wine country!
Together they have grown ChromaZone Ink and have a lot of gratitude for the “Zonie” team members who have supported them along the way. Meet all the Zonies: