Jean Forsberg & Gary Schubert in the Print Gallery
Gary Schubert Biography: Painter, Printmaker, Photographer artist and art collector Gary Schubert is a Master of Fine Arts in Painting and a Master of Science in Computer Science. He studied painting under Tom Nakashima and photography under Lucien Clergue. Gary works primarily in photography and computational art. Gary’s work is in many private and public collections including the Huntington Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Gary is a retired Professor of Art and Computer Science. His favorite classes to teach are Media Computation, Digital Arts, and Photography. He is a Senior Life Member of the Association for Computing Machinery and a SIGGRAPH Pioneer (Digital Effects, Inc. NYC). Additionally he is a member of the Huntington Museum of Art, the Monongalia Arts Center, and on the WV Artists Register, as well as, the Art Alliance and on the Bellefonte Art Museum Artists Registry in Centre County Pennsylvania.
Gary Schubert Artist’s Statement:
My artwork is about the world of the mind, the world of science, and of course, the world of art. I work in many different traditional and non-traditional media, often blending the two in in new and experimental ways. My hope is that the engaged viewer will respond to my work by finding in themselves an equivalent feeling to my feeling when I created these images.