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Bruce Pileggi
Images of Water using Digital Photography
September 6 - October 25
Reception Sunday, September 16 at 6 PM


 
In this show, the artist's images of water modulate between the abstract and the representational with always an undercurrent of vibrant energy. "I became fascinated by the transformation that happens when moving water is frozen in time and by digitally enhancing the images, one creates new patterns, shapes and colors not available to the naked eye in real time."

Although primarily a painter (most recently one of Bruce's paintings took best in show at the  juried show at ASK in Kingston) Pileggi feels that with digital photography the artist has a quick and a very accessible way to expand, explore and refine their esthetic.

Bruce Pileggi received his BFA in painting from SUNY New Paltz in 1971.

 

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