This Month in the Art Gallery
This Month in the T. Ross Kelly Family Gallery... Photographer Harvey Steiner!
Harvey C. Steiner’s interest in photography started as he entered his teens. Harvey took pictures of things like burning trash, the side of a tree, a dead animal and once in a while, people he knew.
In the mid-sixties as a Navy photographer with the Seabee’s, Harvey’s job was to take pictures, get experience and advance his knowledge of the photographic field. In the late sixties through the mid-seventies he studied printmaking; silkscreen, stone lithography and etching. Harvey learned technical processes and artistic techniques.
In 1974, Harvey founded Art Related Technology, Inc. (ART). Harvey called on his photographic and printmaking knowledge to stretch the capability of the tools and equipment to “make art” for artists, architects, filmmakers, typographers and designers. As technology transitioned from analog to digital, ART adapted to each new technology.
Harvey bought a digital camera and began to learn digital photography. Digital photography brought taking a picture to the masses and it consumed him.
Harvey’s subjects vary from landscapes to insects, from buildings to parts of buildings and from the mundane to the strange. A budding Daisy to a fading Rose; A blooming Iris to a dying Iris; Bugs on a leaf, spiders in their web and bees on their flowers. This show will showcase some of Harvey’s photographs.
Please visit Art & Todd Photography studio at: http://artandtoddphotography.zenfolio.com/
Here are some examples of his work (click on the images to view larger ones):