|David John Correia||Biography: David John Correia is a photographer and a digital artist from Boston. His work include nudes, still life, 3D enhanced images, polaroid transfers, and black and white photography. As a child, life instilled in him a desire to be creative and to have a voice. He tends to see and speak in images.
His art lies somewhere between portraiture, still-life, and illustration.
Lighting, form,& simplicity of content combined with a decisive tripping of the shutter are key elements in his style. His vision has been influenced by Henri-Cartier Bresson, Richard Avedon, Paul Strand, and his life experiences. He's a board member and active artist with the 4th Floor Artists, Inc.,a group of 40+ artists working in a Rockland, MA warehouse.He is represented by The Charles-Baltivik Gallery in Provincetown, MA. Country: USA Birthyear: 1959 Galleries: nowGallery, Internet Exhibition; Crystal Art Gallery, Boston, MA;
The Ellison Center for the Arts, Duxbury, MA;
The Charles-Baltivik Gallery, Provincetown, MA;
The Provincetown Art Museum, Provincetown, MA; ArtHaus, Boston, MA; Higgins Gallery, Sandwich, MA;
Fuller Museum of Art, Brockton, MA; Newton Free Library Gallery; Black Crow Caffe, Jamaica Plain, MA;
The Edge, Boston, MA Awards: Best Of Show, OM Regional
Art Challenge Award of Merit Media: computer or digital art Style: surrealistic Subjects: people, portraits and characters|