About the Book
Worcester is teaming with talent, and this book showcases that talent. 20 Artists of Worcester is an amazing array of images showing artists in their work spaces. These artists are international known and collected and there is a very broad array of work to be discovered. Scott Erb, a professional photographer located in MA, photographed the many types of artists to be found in Worcester. Everyone from traditional oil painters to photographers to sculptors to portrait painters to watercolor artists. This combined with colorful text written by Julie Grady, will give you a unique and inspiring view of Worcester artists.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Arts & Photography Books
Project Option: Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
# of Pages: 50
- Publish Date: Oct 15, 2008
- Language English
- Keywords Scott Erb, Julie Grady, oil painting, Scott Boilard, Brian Burris, Susan Swinand, Tom Grady, Andy Fish, Cynitha Woehrle, Scott Holloway, Erika Sidor, Stephen DiRado, Roslie Olds, Charlotte Wharton, Howard Johnson, Terri Priest, Derek Ring, Antonio Fonseca, Michael Hachey, Agnes Wyant, Harou Shiga, Jonathan Lucas, Tom Lewis, Leon Nigrosh, Worcester, MA, Artists, Photographers, Sculptors, Watercolor, Painting, Veronica, Hebard
About Scott & Erb Photography- Erb Photography is a fast-growing commercial photography business run by Scott Erb. Located in Worcester, Massachusetts. The business specializes in small product photography, as well as editorial and commercial portraiture. Scott enjoys location work, and welcomes any challenge to "work within the unknown"--with consistently pleasing results. Scott has always worked closely with his clients to built strong, lasting relationships, the foundation of which is making their vision a reality. Skills & Experience - Scott’s ability to utilize the latest digital technologies and his expansive knowledge of traditional photographic techniques allows him to draw from the wide spectrum of photographic tools that exist in the world today keeping him on its cutting edge. His respect for traditional techniques and his understanding of where new technologies are headed, allows him to better understand what his customer wants now.