Gary J. Maxwell

Gary J. Maxwell Photographs
Aliquippa, PA

After graduating from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1973, the artist delved into the world of black and white photography. Influenced by renowned photographers such as Edward and Brett Weston, Imogen Cunningham, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, the artist honed their craft in the traditional darkroom setting. However, their perspective on digital photography shifted in the mid-90s when they received a Pentax digital 35mm camera, which eventually led to exploring iPhone photography as well.

Despite initially resisting digital technology, the artist now embraces the convenience and versatility it offers. While they steer clear of Photoshop and Aperture, they utilize apps like Pixler, Camera Bag, and Glaze to enhance their photos. The artist's work primarily revolves around capturing the beauty of flowers, often resulting in abstract compositions that highlight colors and shapes as the main elements of their photography.

With over five decades of experience behind the lens, the artist continues to evolve their creative vision and explore new avenues for artistic expression. By seamlessly blending traditional photography techniques with modern digital tools, they produce captivating images that resonate with viewers. Whether displayed in a home or office setting, the artist's photos serve as a unique and striking addition to any space. Explore their collection and bring a touch of artistry into your surroundings.

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