Exhibit: Paul Solovay “All that Jazz”

Exhibit: Paul Solovay “All that Jazz”

Exhibit: Paul Solovay – painterly jazz photography

Translating musical soundwaves into images

Opening Reception Saturday August 11, 6-8 pm

August 11 – September 17, 2012 Good Purpose Gallery Annex, the Starving Artist Cafe
40 Main Street Lee MA – 413.394.5045

Paul Solovay spent nearly 30 years as top creative talent in advertising, including songwriting, creating producing and directing commercials, including several Clio Award winner. His Pepsi commercial “Bringing Home Baby” is in teh Smithsonian Museum and the Broadcast Museum.

His music photography is a result of a technique he calls “Active camera”. Paul first utilized this technique in 1979 during a visit to Preservation Hall, a famed jazz venue in New Orleans. That photo, as well as others, are in the homes of private collectors. Paul has exhibited at the Royal Gallery of Providence RI, American Glory and the Hudson Opera House in Hudson NY., the Riggs Mountain Gallery in Red Hook NY and Kava in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

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