History

Through the Lens of Six Phenomenal Photographers

A unique exhibit of fine art photography. Styles range from black and white to digital expressionism to underwater abstract realism.

Julie Scholz - Julie began making pictures in 1987 when she studied photography as a Studio Art major at SUNY Oneonta. Her education continued with various workshops on advanced darkroom techniques and alternative processes. Julie's approach to photography is one that emphasizes the beauty of subject matter and composition rather than documentation. She uses the elements of nature as her paint and her camera as her brush. Learn More...

Harry Martin - Harry's newest project, "Harry Martin Underwater" combines his unique skills o f street photography and love of underwater photography into a new genre, Underwater Glam & Fashion.“There’s a wonderful organic quality to the photographs that engages people", says Harry. "They always seem to take a second look, and then a third and a fourth. They debate and ask: 'Is that really underwater?'   Before they know it they’re making up their own story about the shot. Learn More...

Pat Leuzzi - Images the Art of Light. You see a camera in my hands but to me it is an extension of My self, a tool to capture visions, visions that something divine has given me, just me, the opportunity to see. You may not see what I see in my visions but I hope that my images will make you feel like you never have felt before. Learn More...

Ron Wohlgemuth - Collectively,Ron views his recent accomplishments as a ‘playground of expression’ where the viewer gets to participate in the imagery in a ‘fun’ and ‘limitless’ manner. Placing an emphasis on the symbiotic relationship of the digital and conventional “art worlds”, Ron's goal is to show the works he has created in the recent past which illustrate multi-media techniques brought to new levels through technology. Learn More...

Carl Stoveland - Capturing a beautiful image, whether it is the face of a child, the smile of a bride or a landscape photograph is what I am all about. When I was growing up, my Mom was an oil painter and my Dad worked as a photographic darkroom technician.  As a result I am photographer with the soul of a painter. I look for beauty in the world around me and try to capture what I see, but also what I felt when I took the photograph. Learn More...

Luis Bruno - Luis Bruno has been an editorial and commercial photographer for fifteen years. He's inspired by color, lines, and design. His editorial work has appeared in Martha Stewart Living, Food & Wine, Time Inc., Popular Science, Departures, and Fortune magazines.
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