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1570 Gallery at Valley Manor Welcomes Sheridan Vincent

For about 20 years, Sheridan Vincent has concentrated his pursuit of photography in and around Rochester. We live in such a photogenic locale with magnificent trees, beautiful parks, an expansive lake shore, a dynamic riverfront, architectural splendor and, of course, the variety of the four seasons. He moved to Rochester in 1974 from Minnesota to pursue a career at Kodak. Vincent retired in 2005 and has enjoyed continuing in the photography industry as a full-time photographer. In this exhibit, he extended his portfolio of regional scenes of Rochester and parks with a combination of cityscapes and landscapes. Numerous night photographs depict the city as “enlightened and illuminated.”

He enjoys keeping up with the advancing capabilities in play today with cameras, software and media. His photographs can be produced in various sizes with media ranging from conventional frames, canvas, face-mounted acrylic and AluminArte. You can find Sheridan Vincent’s routine exhibits at Image City Photography Gallery, where he is a partner.

Sheridan Vincent

 Cell: 585.472.2005

 svincent@frontiernet.net

 www.SheridanVincentPhotography.com

 www.facebook.com/Sheridan.Vincent.7

For purchases or more information about this show, please get in touch with Diane Cotton, Gallery Coordinator, at 585.546.8439 ext. 3102 or cotton@EpiscopalSeniorLife.org

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