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"A Look Back"
David shares 50 of his favorite photos from his portfolio of images taken over the past five years with visitors to Eastern Kentucky University's Center for the Performing Arts in Richmond, Kentucky. Samples of his work include his striking black and white documentary work, haunting sepia images and vibrant color photographs all captured with only the use of available natural light. Many of the images on display come from his two books, "Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill", published in 2010 and "The Ambassador of Bourbon" which was released in September of 2012. Toczko provides something for everyone with images including still life, landscape, documentary, architectural, wildlife and ballet photographs. The extended exhibition graces the walls of the main lobby and first floor of the beautiful Center for the Performing Arts located at 1 Hall Dr. Richmond, KY 40475 Phone (859) 622-7294
Ongoing...Solo Exhibition, Eastern Kentucky University's Center for the Performing Arts February 2013~Ongoing Richmond, KY
June 1 ~ October 28, 2013...Work on exhibit in the First Lady's Office, Kentucky State Capitol Frankfort, Kentucky
August 2, 2013...Book Signing Art Eatables 631 S. Fourth St. Louisville, Kentucky during the Trolley Hop
August17, 2013...State Theater Art Show & Auction, State Theater Elizabethtown, Kentucky
September 12 ~ 15, 2013...Kentucky Bourbon Festival Bardstown, Kentucky
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David Toczko is a long-time Kentucky resident and a Western Kentucky University graduate. His interest in photography began in 1985 and has grown from a passionate hobby to a career as a freelance, commercial photographer. His work is internationally published and has been acclaimed for its richness and depth of color, texture and clarity. His artistic vision is to create photographs with both visual and emotional impact. Recent efforts are focused in his signature style of low light/natural light, which adds a dimension not always found in the studio. His first book,Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: 50th Anniversary of the Restoration, was published in 2010 by Acclaim Press and received an ADDY Award for its design.
A Maker’s Mark® Ambassador since 2009, David is a juried member of the Visual Arts with the Kentucky Arts Council as well as the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, an Official Kentucky Derby Archive Team Photographer and a Louisville Ballet Archive Photographer. His works have appeared in both national and international magazines, catalogs and publications.
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