Rich Smukler

Bubbles | Cello Dance | Eclipse I | Freefall | Stone of Plenty | Rapture
 

Bubbles

Cello Dance

Eclipse I

Over ten years ago, Rich Smukler left behind a successful career as a Philadelphia trial lawyer in order to follow his passion as an artist. Working in abstract digital photography, he uses a strategy of simplification and creative imagination to focus on color and design rather than on objective content. In his work Bubbles, turquoise and purples move and swirl fluidly through an endless spectrum of highly intuitive emotion unconcerned with the literal depiction of representational objects, and in Cello Dance, the viewer’s search for the reality of materials is secondary to the illusions they create. Most notably constant in his vision is that stunning impact underscores his endeavors as imaging confronts impulse and infinite possibilities abound.

Smukler’s images have been successfully juried and exhibited at the Pleiades Gallery of Contemporary Art (New York City - 2008), the Andrews Art Museum (Andrews, North Carolina - 2008), Palm Beach Photographic Center (2007)(2008), the Boca Raton Museum of Art – the Art School (2008), The Violin Case Calendar Art Competition (2008), Digital Long Island (2008), the Louisville Colorado Art Association (2008), Sugar Sand Park (2008), and the Eissey Gallery of the Palm Beach Community College (2008). Additionally, works have been exhibited in numerous galleries and showrooms including the Michael Joseph Gallery in Fort Lauderdale, the National Wall Art Gallery in Tampa, and the Adriana Hoyos showrooms in Dania, Florida; Miami, Florida; and Mexico. His artworks hang proudly in private collections throughout the United States.

 

Freefall

Stone of Plenty

Rapture

 

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