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Neal Schlosburg, photo artist: The mood of an image is a shared experience between artist and viewer.
I explore energy, emotion, and sensibilities with my images and their titles. My goal is to have an expressive exchange; one soul directly to another. I converse with light, shades, tones, textures, shapes, and words to tell a story and to convey my feelings. Life is diverse, so too are the moods.
More than fifty years past, my first hands on experience to photography was in summer camp. We developed black and negatives and printed them as contact sheets (thumbnails). The textures and shades of charcoal and pastels would later inform my photographic art.
Through the course of my life, my influences and passions have changed and evolved. Most of my artistic images over the last seven years reflect my desire to interact with spontaneous emotions. My subject matter is varied, but it is people and flowers I am most drawn to.
“The negative is comparable to the composer’s score
and the print to its performance.” Ansel Adams
Music has been an essential part of my life, and it entered the creative process in an unexpected way. Looking at one of my fine art images, a large delicate white flower with linen like petals, my wife said it reminded her of a beautiful wedding dress. The moment she made that comment, Billy Idol’s “White Wedding” played in my head. Since then, all my images are named after a song title, an album title, or a band name.
Studio 17 is part of the renowned Artist & Makers Studios’ artist community. The studio is in Artist & Makers Studios 1 flagship center on the main level. 11810 Parklawn Dr., Suite 210, Rockville, MD 20852.
Studio 17 is easily accessible from the White Flint Metro Rail station using the Ride-On 38 Wheaton via HP or the C8 to College Park Station, or a 16-minute walk.
Our fine art and exhibit images are printed on vivid metal. The colors in our images are more vibrant, the luminescence more breathtaking, the detail and resolution, unsurpassed. When displaying prints from NS Fine Art Images, you’ll be hanging images of clarity and elegance. They are works of art you’ll be proud to show.
NS Fine Art Images is proud to partner with Miller’s Professional Imaging. Established in 1964, they have two state-of-the-art facilities in the U.S. Renowned worldwide by professional artists and photographers alike, they are the only company we use for our exhibit pieces. Galleries and exhibit halls demand and expect top quality prints, you should too.
Within 48 hours of your purchase, a print request is sent to Miller’s Professional Imaging. The image is printed, inspected, and sent to us. We receive the print 3 to 5 business days from our print order. Before the print is signed by the artist, it’s thoroughly inspected. If the print is not Gallery Exhibit quality, we request a reprint. This rarely happens. If it does, we will notify you of a delay. We will contact you when the print is inspected and signed.
Like any fine art print, your Vivid Metal print should be handled with care. It’s not fragile, but it can be damaged. If dropped, the corners could bend. To avoid finger prints, handle by the sides of the print. The print is lightweight and easy to hang. It is best to avoid direct sunlight and not to display it outside. We don’t recommend water, sprays, chemical cleaners, paper towels, t-shirts etc., to clean your fine art image. We use chemical free microfiber dusters to clean our images. You can use a chemical free microfiber cloth, too. If cared for, your print will be enjoyed for generations.
Prints from NS Fine Art Images can be purchased online or at Studio 17 in Artist & Makers Studios 1 (Rockville, MD). Studio 17 is open the 1st Friday of every month from 6 PM to 9 PM. For other times, please contact to make an appointment.
Ordered prints are usually picked up at the Studio by appointment or Studio hours (see ordering). We deliver within an hour of the Studio.
Online orders picked up at Studio 17 receive a 5% discount. Web orders over $1,000, either picked up or delivered, receive a 10% discount.
All prints purchased and picked up at the Studio, also receive a 5% discount. Orders over $1,000, receive a 10% discount.
Except for numbered prints, images are printed upon purchase. Orders can be canceled within 24 hours of ordering. A full refund will be issued. After that, there is a 50% cancellation fee. No refund is offered once the print is shipped from Millers Professional Imaging.
All prints are rigorously inspected before they are signed by the artist. Each print is not only inspected for print imperfections and blemishes, but also, correct shades, tones and colors. The same process we use for all Gallery Exhibit pieces. Please be certain you are purchasing the images you want. Exchanges or returns are not excepted.
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The story series continues. This is an expanded collection of stories that first appeared as part of “The Color in Black & White” exhibit. That exhibit first opened in October of 2018.
My Picture Tells A Story is 20 original stories, told by 20 different people, with 6 images on each canvas. Each canvas tells a complete story. The exhibit opens Friday April 3rd, 2020 at 6 PM; Artist & Makers Studios, 11810 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD 20852.
April 2019 – “Black, White & Monochrome”, Artist & Makers II, Montgomery County Camera Club of Maryland Gallery
March 2019 – “Quietly Powerful”, Sense Fine Art Gallery DC
March 2019 –4th Anniversary Celebration, resident artist’s exhibit – Artist & Makers Studios 2, Main Gallery
February 2019 – Camera Club exhibit, Artist & Makers II, Montgomery County Camera Club of Maryland Gallery
“The Color in Black & White”
October 2018 – The first solo exhibit, “The Color in Black & White”, featured 30 signed and numbered (1/1) prints. The centerpiece of the exhibit was the original 6 prints of My Picture Tells A Story.
November 2017 – Artist & Makers II, Montgomery County Camera Club of Maryland Gallery
May thru July 2017 – The Meeting House Gallery, Main Gallery
April 2017 – Artist & Makers II, Montgomery County Camera Club of Maryland Gallery
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