gordon r. wenzel

Photographer Gordon R. Wenzel has had his work published and exhibited throughout the United States and Canada and in 2011 was selected as the Lewisburg Festival of the Arts Featured Artist.

In 2009, Wenzel's photography including images from globanomics was exhibited in Susuquehanna University's Lore Degenstein in the show Transformations. In addition, a piece from the series Destiny Manifest was selected for the juried show Images 2009 at Penn State University's Robeson Gallery and was awarded Honorable Mention. His work appeared in the book Photos that Inspire, published by Photoworkshop and found in bookstores across the country. In 2005, one of the images from the series Destiny Manifest, was featured in Direct Art magazine in connection with an exhibit at the Limnar Gallery in New York City. In 2002, Polaroid Inc. feature Wenzel's work in the anniversary edition of P Magazine---which was the corporation's international showcase of creative uses of their films, published in five languages and sent to 50,000 professionals, creative and art directors worldwide. Wenzel's work was shown at Toronto's Gallery Arcturus in conjunction with the 2007 Contact International Photography Festival. This was his third exhibition in Toronto for the Contact Festivals. In 2002 his series gyroKinetic and in 1999 Spatial Relationships were exhibited in Toronto galleries. In 2004, Wenzel received First Place Award for Gridlock in the 76th Juried Exhibition of the Art Association of Harrisburg.

His work is included in the permanent collections of both the Lore Degenstein Gallery, Selinsgrove PA and the Sherman Hines Museum of Photography, Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

Gordon R. Wenzel holds a Masters of Photography degree from the Professional Photographers of America. He is owner of Impressions Photographic Studio + Gallery in Lewisburg specializing in commercial and fashion photography. In addition to being invited to lecture to professional photography associations in three states, Wenzel teaches four credited levels of photography at Susquehanna University.

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