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Jeff Zaruba

A Visual Diary


  • Introduction by
  • Karen Green
  •  
  • Photography by
  • Jeff Zaruba
  •  
  • Edited by
  • Oscar Riera Ojeda
  •  

Jeff Zaruba

A Visual Diary

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  • contributors

  • Introduction by Karen Green
  • Photography by Jeff Zaruba
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda
  • specifications

  • Size: 10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format: Portrait
  • Pages: 176
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • description

  • Jeff Zaruba born in Philadelphia in 1953, I grew up in the Chicago area, then moved West to Arizona with my parents in 1972. While in Arizona, I first studied Architecture, before switching to Fine Art & Photography, graduating in 1975 from Arizona State University. After assisting commercially for two years back in Chicago, I started my freelance business in Los Angeles in 1977. Over the past thirty years I have completed assignments in over thirty countries, and lived up and down the West Coast. Now, back in Arizona, I’m still completing architectural travel assignments and spending a great deal of time producing my art work. Most of my photos have a strong graphic element. I love the interplay of shapes, forms, shadows reflections, and light. I appreciate patina, and the sensibility of a culture that embraces it. Interestingly, I find that my current work resembles the Graphite pencil drawings that I did in Art School more than 30 years ago.
  • biographies

  • Jeff Zaruba born in Philadelphia in 1953, I grew up in the Chicago area, then moved West to Arizona with my parents in 1972. While in Arizona, I first studied Architecture, before switching to Fine Art & Photography, graduating in 1975 from Arizona State University. After assisting commercially for two years back in Chicago, I started my freelance business in Los Angeles in 1977.
    Over the past thirty years I have completed assignments in over thirty countries, and lived up and down the West Coast. Now, back in Arizona, I’m still completing architectural travel assignments and spending a great deal of time producing my art work.
    Most of my photos have a strong graphic element. I love the interplay of shapes, forms, shadows reflections, and light. I appreciate patina, and the sensibility of a culture that embraces it.
    Interestingly, I find that my current work resembles the Graphite pencil drawings that I did in Art School more than 30 years ago.

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Jeff Zaruba born in Philadelphia in 1953, I grew up in the Chicago area, then moved West to Arizona with my parents in 1972. While in Arizona, I first studied Architecture, before switching to Fine Art & Photography, graduating in 1975 from Arizona State University. After assisting commercially for two years back in Chicago, I started my freelance business in Los Angeles in 1977. Over the past thirty years I have completed assignments in over thirty countries, and lived up and down the West Coast. Now, back in Arizona, I’m still completing architectural travel assignments and spending a great deal of time producing my art work. Most of my photos have a strong graphic element. I love the interplay of shapes, forms, shadows reflections, and light. I appreciate patina, and the sensibility of a culture that embraces it. Interestingly, I find that my current work resembles the Graphite pencil drawings that I did in Art School more than 30 years ago.

  • Introduction by Karen Green
  • Photography by Jeff Zaruba
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda

Contributors Biographies

Jeff Zaruba born in Philadelphia in 1953, I grew up in the Chicago area, then moved West to Arizona with my parents in 1972. While in Arizona, I first studied Architecture, before switching to Fine Art & Photography, graduating in 1975 from Arizona State University. After assisting commercially for two years back in Chicago, I started my freelance business in Los Angeles in 1977.
Over the past thirty years I have completed assignments in over thirty countries, and lived up and down the West Coast. Now, back in Arizona, I’m still completing architectural travel assignments and spending a great deal of time producing my art work.
Most of my photos have a strong graphic element. I love the interplay of shapes, forms, shadows reflections, and light. I appreciate patina, and the sensibility of a culture that embraces it.
Interestingly, I find that my current work resembles the Graphite pencil drawings that I did in Art School more than 30 years ago.

  • Size:10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format:Portrait
  • Pages:176
  • Binding:Hardcover