Tom Leighton has masterful collectible imagery to the Carnevale Gallery in limited editions. Tom is a master artist, photographer and print maker. His works are available in limited editions of only (5) and are currently featured in the gallery in two size options.
Trained at the Royal College of Art, London, Leighton expertly manipulates images to allow us to imagine alternative cities of the present and the future. He seeks beauty in everything, from functional buildings to the most ornate architecture. He repeats motifs in unexpected places, re-positions existing structures and contrasts the natural and the artificial: bright city lights set against natural night skies, concrete against greenery, business against eerie nighttime stillness.
Federico Veronesi brings his highly collectible limited edition fine art photography to the Carnevale Gallery in limited editions of only (10). Available in two size options, Federico's work has been recognized internationally and his first book "Light and Dust" has already sold all 5,000 copies.
Born in Milan, Italy in 1975, Federico domiciled himself in Kenya in 2002 where he continues to organize and lead safaris specifically for photographers in various African countries.
Federico's work will be seen at the "Wild Aid" Annual Gala inside the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, November,2019 as a featured piece for their silent auction.
Michael "Zman" Zagaris is a San Francisco-based photographerwho is known for his rock & roll and sports photography. He has served as the team photographer for the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Athletics for over 30 years.
Gallery curator Tony Carnevale said "Serge Ramelli is filled with an unbridled passion toward perfection. Remaining on the forefront of the progressive and changing climate of fine art photography, Serge has gained notoriety through his art work and specifically his ability to provide ideas and instruction to aspiring photographers worldwide through his You Tube program on post image processing.
His two books published by TeNeus provide stunning city scapes that are not only artistic but imaginative.
Serge began his professional photographic journey 14 years ago and his accomplishments have been impressive. His tenacity and fortitude are contagious and upon meeting him I knew I wanted to work with him. I am happy to feature several of his works at the Carnevale Gallery in limited editions of only 38.
Carnevale Gallery is pleased to announce the addition of fine art landscape photographer Patrick Di Fruscia.
Gallery curator Tony Carnevale said "Patrick's work is amazing with acute attention to detail. He has proven time and again his boundaries are without limitation as he travels the world in quest for manifesting some of the worlds unique and pensive landscapes through his lens. Patrick has limited his edition sizes to only 20 and this has tremendous appeal for me. Being able to offer our collectors fine art photography that is limited and engaging is exactly what the Carnevale Gallery represents. I am excited to begin this journey with Patrick and his collectors.
Carnevale Gallery is pleased to present a limited engagement with artist and film maker Renato Franco Caravaggio Jr. from December 28, 2016 through January 31, 2017. Renato has created his own three tier formula for creating fine art photography in limited editions of only (15).
In December of 2016 Renato presented his “Succubus – The Game of Take” art collection at Art Basel, Miami and the works were well received. The same collection will be published in “International Contemporary Masters – Volume 11” in February, 2017. When not working on his art collection and film making; Renato is an avid tennis player. He holds a BA in Communications from The University of Pittsburgh.
Carnevale Gallery curator Tony Carnevale said “Renato’s creativity is inspiring and seeing his works on display at Art Basel has led us to this point. While the works are on display through the end of January, 2017, we hope we will see more of Renato’s creativity sooner than later. Limiting his pieces to only (15), had great appeal in addition to the actual work”.