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Barry Shapiro

Joyous Figure, Mindful Dog, Breitenbush, Oregon, 2012

image 8 x 11

Barry Shapiro has been actively involved with photography for more than 40 years. He studied at Pratt Institute in New York, under Phillip Perkiss and Arthur Freed, where he earned his BFA in Photography and illustration. He also studied with William Giles in an Otis/Parsons Los Angeles Master Class in 1986.

In 2007, Mr. Shapiro moved to Silverton, Oregon, where he became an active member of the Lunaria Gallery, participating in group and one-person shows. Additionally, he has exhibited at the Borland Gallery in Silverton and at the Newspace Gallery in Portland, Oregon, as part of a juried show. He has also exhibited his work - both traditional photographic images and his exploration of digitally composed photo-montages - at the Project Space Gallery, in conjunction with the Salem Art Association.

He is currently teaching photography, also through the Salem Art Association, to elementary, middle school and high school students, both in after-school programs as well as within the school curricula as part of the SAA Artist in Residence program.

Barry Shapiro web site