Mediums: Digital Art, Photography
Barry Schoenholz, of Cape Canaveral, FL, is an unforgettable guy whose bold personality, somewhat like Dali’s, is reflected in his art. He’s developed an abstract style for his pallets that really attract attention. His creations are a result of the nexus between his minds eye, the camera, and his digital artistry on the computer.
Award winning Digital Artist Barry Schoenholz has long had a passion for making unique and beautiful pictures. After retirement as school superintendent in Michigan and New York districts, he earned an art degree at Collin College (Texas), worked as digital lab supervisor, and began changing photographic images into exciting pieces of art.
Dr. Schoenholz’s work has also been shown in galleries and museums in Texas, Oregon, Florida and the Flint Institute Of Art. Other major projects have been illustrating– with 20-foot projections — two symphony performances for the Allen (Plano, TX) Philharmonic, and exhibits of sports art in Texas and motorcycle art in Oregon. Two of his art pieces have been selected for “100% Pure Florida,” a collection of the finest contemporary work by Florida artists.
I create abstract digital fusion images that reflect the nexus between my mind and the camera. My my is limited bt my imagination.