"My photographs chronicle what I find visually and intellectually intriguing in the natural world. Understanding the physical processes that create patterns in nature allows me to capture unusual impressions/abstractions of the visual landscape."
“The common thread across my work is the effect created by the distortion of light, color, and shape created either by ripples in a spring, surface tension around a leaf, the convoluted fracturing on a cliff, or the impurities in a 400-year-old pane of glass.”
A graduate of Amherst College, Penn State University and a lifelong photographer, Garmezy has had four solo shows since becoming a member artist at Archway Gallery in Houston. His work has been in a number of juried shows across the U.S. and Europe and hangs in homes, offices and public spaces across the U.S and Great Britain, and has been published in Spotlight Magazine Issue 15 & 17.
Ph.D. Geology, The Pennsylvania State University
M.S. Geology, The Pennsylvania State University
B.A. Geology, Amherst College
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