Unique show comes to King Center
The King Center presents Barry Schoenholz and Jerry Hanzl in a unique photography show called “Stop, Look and Listen” in the Harris Gallery from June 6 through June 26.
Fine art photographer Schoenholz specializes in creating images from a photographic process that melds with the visions in his mind and forms a nexus between reality and his creativity. He calls his artistic process digital fusion.
The retired educator from New York and Michigan by way of Texas, earned a degree in fine art, specializing in traditional black and white photography and digital imaging. He also holds an earned doctorate from Hofstra University.
Hanzl’s digital art evolved from his diverse backgrounds in computers, photography, commercial and fine art. Educated at the Cooper School of Art, Control Data Institute and the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Hanzl blends all of his skills into a medium that can only be understood as painting with photography on a digital canvas.
Hanzl is an award-winning photographer, freelance artist as well as one of the founders and the creative director at Art Gallery of Viera, whi
ch is celebrating its seventh anniversary.