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Presentation: Digital Photography

Educational Lecture & Presentation by John Wiliszowski
Photography’s Path to Digital Expression

Saturday, October 15 at 10:30am
The MAC’s Anne Braitmayer Webb Theater

Tickets: $15 MAC members, $20 nonmembers
Minimum 12 registrants, limited space available

Photography’s Path to Digital Expression is an introduction to a series created for artists interested in digital art. The presentation details the creation of digital images as the canvas. Wiliszowski will decode the tools and techniques of digital artistry used to enhance and share the emotion, the spectacle, and the dynamics of the moment, as digital art.

Learn how digital images can be rendered as giclées on canvas, watercolor paper, metal, or glass.  Hand-signed fine art photographs have sold for more than $12M in May of this year alone!

About John
Fine Art photographer and Digital Artist John Wiliszowski lives on the south coast of Massachusetts, 50 miles south of Boston. John has a Master’s Degree in Communications (Visual Arts and Photography) from Clarion University with post-graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh and New England School of Photography in Boston, Massachusetts. John taught photography at Robert Morris University and Allegheny College in Pittsburgh and he is a regular instructor in the professional photographer’s continuous learning environment. He is the former managing editor of Video Systems magazine, an international trade publication serving the professional visual arts community. John boats the waters of New England, Cape Cod and the Islands and is a Bermuda Sloop Foundation photographer for New England and the Newport and Marion Bermuda Races.

Throughout his career, John has enjoyed the challenges of photojournalism, advertising, portrait and event photography, always striving to capture that special moment and deliver a stirring story or elicit a heart-felt response. John’s work is on display in MA at: Eastwind Gallery & Studio, Orleans; The Cape Cod Art Center, Barnstable; The Yarmouth Art Guild; the Marion Art Center; and in juried exhibits throughout the United States and Canada. A representative body of John’s work can be seen on his website here, where they are available as numbered limited edition prints or digital downloads for advertising and publication.

  •  October 15, 2022
     10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Venue Phone: 508-748-1266

80 Pleasant Street, Marion, Massachusetts, 02738, United States