"The Colors of the Urban Landscape"
I'm an American, and I live in Rochester, NY.
In the Fall of 1998, I got my first computer, and shortly after that, Adobe Photoshop. While I
was exploring that software, I tried using he "Posterize" command on one of my photographs of
the Brooklyn Bridge. The changes this brought about on this photo made "Posterize" one of
those "life-changing" clicks of the mouse. Soon I made a full
exploration of Photoshop, discovered what the filters could do to change my photographs. I've
realized that the value that Photoshop gives to
Photographers, is that it gives them infinite opportunities to interpret their Photography.
The second phase of The Colors of the Urban Landscape, has my role changing considerably.
In this phase, I'm not going out looking for color in the Urban Landscape. In this phase I'm the
one adding my own colors to the Urban Landscape.
My work has been in art galleries on Long Island,
Manhattan, Canandaigua, and Rochester, NY since 1991. My art work can be seen at 3
Rochester, NY galleries: The Sunken Room Gallery at 715 Monroe Ave., Gallery r at 775 Park
Ave., and Artisan Works at 565 Blossom Road.
I've also participated in numerous group exhibitions at the Centers at High Falls at 60 Brown's
I've also served as the curator for 3 group art shows of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, entitled
A Fraternity of Artists.