FINE ART - PERSONAL IMAGES
Gary's personal challenge is to find the definitive image in every subject. He has a true passion for preserving moments in time that will be shared with others for generations to come.
His photographs of landscapes and architecture have been displayed in various galleries and sold to individuals and organizations since 1991. He has been fortunate to have studied under John Sexton (assistant to Ansel Adams). Gary and his work have been featured in The Oregonian (Living Section) and on KGW-TV (Evening Edition). His photographs have also been published, four years running, in The Best of Photography Annual. The Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center and Pearson Air Museum also have images of his on display.
Always pushing himself creatively and looking for ways to perfect his craft, he took advantage of digital imaging around 1999. By employing a hybrid process of combining the best of traditional photography (Chemically processed film) along with the best of digital (Scanning and Photoshop software). His current method is direct capture of images using a high resolution digital camera. Currently images are printed on fiber-based Baryta paper using archival inks. These unique papers give his images exceptional luminosity and brilliance.
Quality and Value
Finished images are of the highest archival standards, offering over 120 years of stability and are available in sizes from 8 to 40 inches. All prints are personally signed, dated and enclosed with an embossed Canazzi seal of authenticity.
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