Steve Dreyer is a New York-based fine art photographer who has worked with traditional film and digital post-processing for more than 30 years. The Gallery has successfully represented his works since 2015.
Dreyer’s “Urbanscapes” images, which have been exhibited and continues to be shown in the Gallery have a special, non-photographic painterly feel to them. They are created by composing and taking photographs and then adding texture using a digital “pen” on a drawing tablet. The printing technique employs archival pigment inks on textured paper to add a special look and feel to the images.
His most recent series, the limited edition “Studies in Black and White” include ethereal, moody images of New York’s Central Park, Europe and Asia. Dreyer recently authored a magazine article entitled “Moody Views” in which these images were featured.
Steve Dreyer’s work is regularly shown in group and juried exhibits. He has been published in several photography magazines, including FujiLove, Photo Technique and The Handmade Photograph and enjoys educating groups and individuals. He is affiliated with several important arts organizations, including the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) and recently served as a judge for the nationally acclaimed "Armonk Art Show” in Westchester, New York.