About the Exhibit
Through April 30, 2016
View Michael Garber‘s exhibit Drama of Light, where the artist showcases local landscapes in his signature style.
About the Artist
Michael Garber, a landscape, nature and portrait photographer, is intrigued by the subjectivity of light and is drawn to objects as they are transformed in changing light. He employs light as a design element in shaping and capturing his images. Dramatic scenes attract his attention especially where color and texture add depth and intensity. He has a special affinity for clouds with their visual power.He has travelled extensively to photograph diverse landscapes in their unique light.
Michael studied photography at the International Center for Photography in New York City with Bobbi Lane, noted photography teacher and educator. As a guest teacher for Bobbi Lane’s portraiture classes, he taught the process of how to create a photo essay.
He is completing a book, Vince, Portrait of an Aging American, a five year visual story of his friend, Vince, who died in 2009. The book documents the diminishing world of an aging American and his struggle to maintain dignity and self worth.
He also is the photographer for the forthcoming Timber Press book tentatively titled The History of Landscape Design in 100 Great Gardens by Dr. Linda Chisholm due to be published in the spring of 2017.