During the month of July, the library’s Wotiz Gallery will host talented photographer Paul Weiss of Dorchester, MA who will display black and white pictures on a variety of topics, including portraits and design. He is from North Carolina, attended college in the south and then studied photography at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. He then worked for Andy Warhol for several years, as the artist really admired Paul’s portrait work. His portfolio is primarily in black and white, and he uses analog (not digital) to create the images. He develops and prints everything himself, and his images have been shown in numerous galleries, private collections, universities and museums. It has also been displayed along side some of the masters he studied in college: Edward Weston, Weegee, Yousuf Karsh, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Mary Ellen mark to name a few. Please come and enjoy this fine exhibit from June 29th through July 31st.
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