Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

About Us

Gallery Location & Midtown Skyline

Lumière offers one of the country’s largest selections of collectable photographic prints.

Located in a major arts and design complex, the gallery’s emphasis is in bringing established artists’ work and perspective to the collector’s interest areas. This is supported by the breadth of its print inventory, exhibitions and educational programming.

A variety of digital systems have been developed to increase information available to the gallery visitor.

Lumière’s Virtual Gallery has resulted from a multi-year initiative to provide a rich visual format that adds dimension to the viewing of art. The on-line experience offers this with global access and time-neutral availability.

Collectors Gallery

The architecture offers a variety of visitor-paced viewing alternatives — by artist, theme or exhibitions. All cross-referenced to each other. These are reinforced with videos, news articles, lectures and gallery events in a reference vault. The extensive video and audio content is best appreciated on a computer workstation or laptop. The vivid images and unique content can also be enjoyed with a variety of tablet and mobile phone devices.

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Background

Lumière’s founding by Robert Yellowlees was based on his interest in advancing the appreciation of the photographic arts and increased recognition for exceptional photographers. His perspective is based on decades as an active collector and supporter of exhibitions, publications, films and educational programs. He has served on, and chaired, the boards of a number of arts and educational organizations.

A business career in the computer industry included chairing the boards of two NYSE companies. He was active in the early development of systems for advanced image, voice and data applications. This fostered his interest in the creation of a new model for the delivery of the arts… based on the application of contemporary information systems and access alternatives.

Tony Casadonte has had a diverse, thirty year career in photography. After graduation from Rochester Institute of Technology, his early career concentrated on photo-illustration, video, computer graphics and management of commercial photographic laboratory operations. As a partner in a interactive design firm, he pursued the application of on-line technology to photography. His engagement with numerous arts related groups, experience with exhibitions and client advisory support have helped shape the design of Lumière’s virtual gallery.

Tour The Gallery

Below is a virtual tour of the Atlanta gallery. The tour showcases the exhibition Southern Heritage (front gallery) and Vivian Maier – A Deeper Look in the back gallery.

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From our Archives: Ansel Adams: Early Modernist provides a Deeper Look into the role Adams and his f/64 peers played in transforming photography into its own art form.

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Photo Credits: Ansel Adams - Sand Dune, Oceano, 1950 (Silver Gelatin Print, 9 x 9.5)
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"Creativity is a continuous process; it's like the expansion of the universe."

One of many great pieces of wisdom that Harold continues to inspire us with.
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This excerpt from Harold Feinstein's teachings is taken from a class on May 27, 1999 in Arlington, MA. Here Harold encourages his students to see the creative process as endless and understand themselves as constant creators. There is no particular end product, just an ongoing process. There is no room for boredom. #HaroldFeinstein #Teaching #Boston #CreativeProcess

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Today marks Edward Weston's 131st birthday. He is remembered for his influential role in defining photography as an artistic medium independent of previously established art forms, and also for being a loving, supportive father.

Photo credits: Brett Weston - Portrait of Edward Weston, 1940

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