Happy New Year from Gallery 270

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
-Eleanor Roosevelt

Michael Massaia “Endings” [2010] 
22”x28” Split Toned Redeveloped Silver Gelatin Contact Print
First print 2022, 1 of 20, 2022

As 2022 ends, we look ahead to a New Year filled with art. While it’s impossible to predict what 2023 will manifest in the year ahead, you can count on Gallery 270 to always bring you the finest photographic art! Our goal is to uplift our audience and inspire new artistic pursuits, ultimately making the world a better place.  We’re constantly seeking the sublime, fostering an appreciation of the rare, unique, and original within the small niche of photographic creators who both make the photographs and handcraft a one-of-a-kind print. 

Each image below is just one from a cascade of beautiful photographs that graced our walls in shows this past year at Gallery 270. We hope it fills your New Year ahead with a sense of awe, wonder and possibility. We thank our stalwart artists, clients and staff for a beautiful year in photographs and for your continued support and kindness. A Happy, Healthy, Peaceful New Year of fulfilled dreams is wished to all, from your friends at Gallery 270! 

Tom Gramegna
Gallery 270 Director

“Be kind, be calm, brighter days are ahead, pass it on…” 
—TG, March 2020

Gary Sampson , Anastasia, unique 4×5 platinum palladium contact print 

From the Gallery 270 show, “Monalog Collective: The 21st Century Handmade Print” 

Herman Leonard, Tony Bennett, NYC, 1950 20×16 toned silver gelatin print

Tony Bennett, New York , 1950 by Herman Leonard
Tony Bennett, New York , 1950

From the Gallery 270 show “Look, See, Listen”

Jim Fitzgerald, The Eye of the Oak, Yosemite NP, CA, 2007 ,

Jim Fitzgerald Eye of the Oak
Eye of the Oak, Yosemite National Park, CA USA

10×8 carbon transfer print from the Gallery 270 show “Carbon Capture” 

George Tice, Explosion Aboard The USS Wasp, 1959,

Explosion Aboard the U.S.S. Wasp, 1958

14×11 toned silver gelatin print from the Gallery 270 show “Lifework: The Enigmatic and The Obscure” 

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