Close-ups of natural elements are my specialty.

"Elements" are very popular collages, both as joined and separate panels. I have a huge collection and will gladly create a custom set, or the designer can select from catalog.

Please note that many of these have been cropped from the full photographic files, and therefore max out at 40x40".

My urban imagery, nature scenes, floral, and abstracts can be found in corporate collections and boardrooms.

Over 90% of imagery is available from small to  wall-paper.

Installations of my work began in Phoenix, Arizona. The profits from my desert portfolios allowed me to travel and shoot other parts of the country as well as Central and South America. My photography can now be found in hospitals and clinics, corporate collections, and residences from coast to coast and outside the United States. Please refer to my  TESTIMONIALS.

PHOTO PRINT

GICLEE

CANVAS

METAL

ACRYLIC

GLASS

ALUMINUM

WALL-PAPER

ANY MEDIUM




Rivers

...seascapes, to set a mood.

I work with large-format film and digital cameras. Framed or loose prints are available on all media, from small to huge, both color and black and white.

My niche is producing very large original art pieces for corporate collections, hospitals, clinics, law offices, banks, hotels, resorts, municipal buildings, and other public spaces.

I was first a wedding photographer, then a product photographer, and now am a producer of wall-art, with a focus on urban imagery and "healing" art for healthcare.

CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

HEALTHCARE

HOTEL/RESORT/RESTAURANT

RESIDENTIAL

Front or back lit glass panels

Copyright 2017 Diego Ceja

Jennie Sealy Hospital, UTMB, Galveston

I label myself as a corporate artist, as my work is usually curated for corporate collections and building wall decor, but my imagery can be found in residences from coast to coast. I have worked with art consultants and designers for the last 18 years.

My portfolios are varied in location and subject, and are expanding continually.

DIEGO CEJA






For the last 18 years, I have signed my art work with the pseudonym Diego Ceja, however, my portfolios produced by Studio EL are signed with my real name Ken Bremer.

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