marty bannan, Art in Public Places

Saratoga Springs Public Library

49 Henry St, Saratoga Springs, NY

August 30th - September 28th, 2022

Artist Statement:

“Creating art is a journey on which we exercise skill and imagination in search of a destiny. Through lessons and practice we train ourselves to navigate headings, touch the horizon and create wonders for others to behold.”

Artist’s Biography

For Marty, photography is a pursuit from which he may never retire. While his quest for newer images takes him to many places, it is in his Delmar home where he applies his magic. There, in his studio, he experiments, compares, and chooses the right touches transforming photographs into unique pieces of art. His subjects include nature, landscapes, sea sides, urban scenes, and much more.

Marty has exhibited at Albany Center Galleries, Art De Cure Galleries, Albany’s “September in the City,” Twilight Park Annual Artist’s Show, Emerge Gallery, Spencertown Academy, Historic Albany Foundation’s “Built,” Troy’s annual “Fence” exhibit, Greene County Arts Council Gallery, The Canajoharie Library, as well as shops and other exhibits around the Capital District.

His photographs have also appeared in the Times Union, Spotlight Newspapers, Lake Champlain Weekly, Northern Exploring Magazine and the 2017 Erie Canal Heritage Corridor calendar.

Over time, he has gravitated toward fine art photography taking workshops at Maine Media College, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, The Art Center of the Capital Region and National Geographic Photo Expeditions.

Marty’s portfolio highlights a progression from natural scenery to more thought provoking themes, as well as expressions of mood and narrative. His body of work also includes numerous award-winning pieces which validate his efforts along the path he has taken.

Saratoga Arts

320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
p. 518.584.4132
 Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 12pm-4pm

Sunday: Closed

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Saratoga Arts' programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.  

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