Nature Abstract Miniature
Gary Jimerfield is a native of Maryland . Educated at Georgetown College, Towson State University and the Corcoran School of Art and Design where he studied with Frank Diperna, Joe Cameron, Mike Mitchell and Mark Power . He also has done extensive studies at the Library of Congress .
He has been an independent scholar from an early age with an emphasis on Film .
He began Photography in the early 1970s . From the late 1970s he began working in the Film medium and in the 1980s he added Video . In 2004 he began designing Abstract Paintings on the computer . In 2005 he started working in Digital Photography . From 2013 he has also added Mixed Media including Acrylic, Colored Pencil, and Ink .
Of special interest are his small works on textured Japanese paper .
Always in pursuit of anything of Beauty or Visual interest . Many years spent educating , evolving and expanding his eye . Self Assignments .
He is currently a member of the Hyattsville Community Arts Alliance where he participates and assists in over 30 shows a year .
In addition to his field work he also works with Scott Grant in Brightside Pictures , a company they founded to do Studio work with 3 Dimensional Abstracts and Miniatures .
Photographs are contained in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History .
Selected shows are: Workman's Circle Art Gallery, Beverly Hills , CA ., NBC Universal Studios ,Washington, D.C., The Armory, West Palm Beach, FL ., The Ellipse Art Center, Arlington, VA ., Photo Works, Glen Echo, MD., The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles, CA ., The Corcoran School of Art and Design, Washington, D. C.
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