Local Artists Exhibit in New Port Richey
Susan Dillinger Art Gallery Presents Photographic Art in May
In a joint venture, local photographic artists Fritz Johnson of Foto by Fritz and Andrew Chianese of A&A Photographic Arts will exhibit local photographic works in a new two-person art show. This show will exhibit at the Susan Dillinger Art Gallery in the New Port Richey City Hall from May 2nd – May 30th. The works are available for viewing during regular business hours (8am-5pm). There is no cost to attend and enjoy the art. All art will be available for purchase.
Fritz (Joan) Johnson from Holiday, Florida has enjoyed photography since the days of film. Her favorite subjects include nature, flowers, landscapes, and published images about a local pirate festival. While she presently sells her work in a local market, she loves to exhibit & compete in local venues continuing to win ribbons of distinction. She is currently a member of both the Tarpon Springs Art Association and a contributing artist at the Gateway Gallery & Emporium in New Port Richey. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may leave a message at (727) 938-8620.
Andrew Chianese holds memberships in both the Tarpon Springs Art Association, and the Pasco Fine Arts Council. Originally trained as an archaeologist and middle school educator, Andrew broaches the hidden meanings and beauty of myth and culture portraying it in art. He is currently the premier artist for the A&A Photographic Arts gallery in Dallas, Texas and his work with local wildlife, macro photography, and various historical curiosities are now on display in several venues ranging from Dallas to New Port Richey, and Dunedin. Andrew and his wife Ann have found their home in New Port Richey to provide new and exciting subjects to photograph.
A&A Photographic Arts is an online gallery based out of Dallas, Texas, presenting works of photographic art to the world. We have worked with individual patrons, a well-known private school in Dallas, and have pieces now on display at several restaurants to bring art to the community. Visit the on-line gallery or contact Andrew at http://aaphotographicarts.com/