Monterey ReUnion presents iconic images of Monterey and Pacific Grove California -- Steinbeck Country, the resting place for migrating monarch butterflies, Big Sur, and the legendary "17 mile drive" nearby Pebble Beach Golf Course. The photographic book is a tribute to Rona and Lucy.
Irv Lefberg was born and raised in Brooklyn in the 1950s. He has been doing wildlife and landscape photography for over thirty years. Irv has had over 60 photographs exhibited at Photographic Society of America competitions, winning a medal for “originality,” and other awards. After obtaining a Ph.D at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Irv moved to Seattle, where he taught at the University of Washington. He later served as senior economist, forecaster, and policy analyst for five Washington State Governors. Since relocating from Seattle to Escondido in 2010, Irv has exhibited at the Escondido Municipal Arts Gallery, the San Diego County Fair, Gallery 21 in Balboa Park, Calumet Photographic Gallery, and the Gotthelf Gallery in LaJolla. During 2013, his Brooklyn landscapes and bird photography were featured in two solo exhibitions. His "Jeremiah Frog" was accepted in an international "Best of Nature" competition and shown at the San Diego Natural History in 2014.
Sedona Fine Art Landscapes Published January 13, 2014
Celebrating Escondido Published June 17, 2013
Birds of the Spirit Published June 11, 2013
Brooklyn Memories Published April 26, 2013
Brooklyn Memories Published January 18, 2013