6655 McCallum St. #408
Philadelphia, PA 19119 USA
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David Lorenz Winston Studied photography at Pennsylvania State University where he received a BA in art in 1965. His unique, striking images emanate from a lifelong love of the natural landscape and human nature. David's discerning vision has taken him to many places, including Siberia, Peru, India, Nepal, Tibet, Greece, Portugal and Nova Scotia. He has also traveled widely in The United States, including many trips to "his own backyard," Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
His images have been exhibited in numerous one man shows and group exhibits along the Easter Seaboard of the United States where he has received many first place and best of show awards.
In 1994, Winston added the computer to his vocabulary. It has enabled him to reach deeper into his imagination, creating new, enlightening and inspirational work.
In 1998, Winston's poignant photographs of swine illustrated Life on a Pig Farm, a children's book published by Carolrhoda Books, which has won a number of awards. He is currently working on the photography for four more books in this farm series, scheduled for publication in 2001.
Winston's work has been featured on many calendars published by Pomegranate Art Books and Brown Trout Publishers. UNICEF, The National Wildlife Federation, Hallmark and Recycled Paper Products have used his photographs for holiday and social occasion greeting cards as well as calendars. In addition, three posters of his computer enhanced winter landscapes were published by Bruce McGraw Graphics in 1999.
Recent articles on David Lorenz Winston and his work have appeared in "La Fotografia" (December, 1999 / January, 2000 - Barcelona, Spain), Desktop Publishing Journal (October, 1999 - Topsfield, MA), and Art Matters (September, 1999 - Philadelphia, PA), as well as the Philadelphia Inquirer, August 19, 1998.
Winston's original work can be viewed at the Hahn Gallery in Philadelphia <www.hahngallery.com>, his own web site <www.davidlorenzwinston.com>, GalleryPrint.com, and the International Registry of Art and Artists <http://www.artcalendar.com>.
David is a native of Philadelphia, where he lives and works as a photographer and computer artist.
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