Victor Grant’s Fine Arts Photography at the Albany Library

30 05 2007

Victor’s fine arts photos will be on display at the Albany Library for the month of June 2007.

The exhibit will consist of black & white photographs of Landscapes, Seascapes, Wetlands, Wildlife, Nature and Architecture.

The Location of the show cases for the exhibit are on the 1st floor (main entrance) and the 2nd. floor (reference section)

The Albany Library is located at 161 Washington Avenue. Albany. NY

Enjoying the weekend?

27 05 2007

I know I am 🙂

I’m enjoying a visit with my Dad and my brother. I managed to fit in a short trip to the beach here on Long Island. The beach is not officially open yet – so only the truly dedicated beach goers and photographers were there! Take a look – and enjoy your weekend!

the beach....

Victor Grant’s Fine Art Photography at the Albany Library

7 02 2007

Victor’s fine art photos are now on display! He has a number of photos on display from two main themes – The Berkshires and scenes from Italy.

His scenes from Italy include:

  •  Nymph on Isle of Capri
  • Coastline of Isle of Capri
  • Ruins in Pompeii
  • Trevi Fountain in Rome
  • Coliseum in Rome
  • Mt. Vesuvius
  • Villa Adriana
  • the Tain in Tivoli
  • Blue Grotto on Isle of Capri
  • Villa Italia
  • Il Faraflioni on Island of Capri
  • Man & Horse in Sorrento
  • Restaurant in Sorrento
  • the Vatican’s Courtyard in Rome

Victor’s Berkshires of Massachusetts photographs include:

  • Wetlands in Stockbridge
  • Church on the Hill in Lenox
  • Horse farm in Lenox
  • Hillside in Lenox
  • Fall foliage in Lenox
  • Housatonic River Pump Station in Stockbridge
  • Wetlands in Pittsfield
  • Fall foliage in Lenox
  • Tanglewood in Lenox

All of these magnificent photographys are available for purchase in his photo galleries here and make excellent wall art for home or office!

Upcoming exhibits by fine art photographer, Victor Grant

22 12 2006

Victor, will exhibit photographs, taken of Italy, in 1999 for the month of January 2007, at the Beverwyck Living Center 40 Autumn Drive. He will also exhibit two photographs at the Albany Center Gallaries’ 2nd Annual Membership Exhibition from Jan 2nd until Feb 3rd. at 39 Columbia St., Albany,

Coming up in February Victor will exhibit at the Albany Library located at 161 Washington Avenue. The exhibit in each of the library’s three show cases will feature photographs of the Berkshire area, the Albany area as well as photographs of Italy.

Victor Grant’s Fine Art – Summer Sale

2 08 2006

Victor is currently displaying his work at Professor Java’s on Wolf Road in Colonie, NY. He’ll have his work on display there for only another week or two – making TODAY a great day to stop buy, grab a cup of coffee and peruse his works!

And to help cure those summer doldrums, Victor is offering a 15% discount for his works purchased either at Professor Java’s or here on-line.

[For our out of town visitors – Colonie is part of Albany and Professor Java’s is the coffee shop at the other end of Wolf Road from Colonie Center Mall – near Albany Airport.]

New Exhibit for Victor Grant’s Fine Photography

18 05 2006

Victor Grant will exhibit many of his Black & White and Color photographs at Professor Java's Coffee Sanctuary at 217 Wolf Rd. Photographs taken in Italy, St. Croix, the Bahamas, the Berkshires, and the Capital District will be displayed in their Library Meeting Room. The displayed photos are also available for purchase.

Enjoy the exhibit!

News Flash – Fine Art Gallery Updated!

1 03 2006

I have just updated the photo gallery for Victor Grant, fine art photographer with some more of his incredible work! His works of art are perfect for decorating your home or office. The prints are currently available in either 8×10 or 11×14 sizes and are giclee printed for your enjoyment on either a luster or a watercolor paper. The luster paper helps give greater definition and is great for any of his photographs. The watercolor paper provides a beautiful softening of the image that works out nicely for landscapes and sea scapes.

Fine art should always be properly matted and framed to preserve your investment and to help protect your photograph so that you can enjoy it for many years to come!

You may read his Press Release for more information!