​© 2016 Cali Gorevic

Cali Gorevic is an award winning black and white fine art photographer living in the Hudson Valley. Originally a medium format film photographer, she also now  photographs digitally, still printing every photograph herself. 

 

Her work springs from her strong connection with nature. She often travels to unusual environments for the inspiration she finds among trees and rocks. She has also produced portfolios of still life and architecture, as well as “Imagine That”, a children’s book featuring digital color composites of toys.

 

I am drawn to mysterious places - forest landscapes where fairy tales can happen - wildernesses that do not appear on maps. Although the human eye sees nothing, one knows that there is magic afoot, that after the sun sets sprites and satyrs appear and trees dance. I make photographs of these places and print them in black and white. When I print I draw from my memory and imagination, using various techniques to convey the enhanced reality that I experienced in the forest. 

 

Cali has taught privately and at the Garrison Art Center, where she also served for many years on the Board of Directors. She has shown nationally and internationally. Her work appears in numerous private and corporate collections including Alliance Capital and Erste Bank in NYC, ITT and Quest Diagnostics. She has also served as curator, judge and juror for many organizations including NYFA.

 

Solo photography exhibitions have included Van Brunt Gallery in Beacon NY, Gallery 66ny in Cold Spring NY, The Chamaelion Gallery in Bantam CT, The Garrison Art Center in Garrison NY, M Studio Gallery in Beacon, NY, The Hamilton Fish Library Gallery in Garrison NY, The Citibank Financial Center in New York City, The Light Fantastic Gallery in Flemington NJ, Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic, Cornell Medical Library in New York City, and the John Harms Center for the Arts in Englewood NJ.  Juried exhibits have included The Howland Cultural Center in Beacon NY, Prevail with Art Gallery in Los Angeles,  The Germaine Keller Gallery in Garrison NY, The Watchung Arts Center, The Salmagundi Club and The Arsenal in New York City, Gidion’s Gallery in Kent CT, and The SomArts Gallery in San Francisco.

 

“Our visual world is replete with energy, poetry and mystery which I feel compelled to explore. With my visions and imagination I can create a reality that does not exist, can make order out of chaos, and can show the viewer my perception of the visual world we share.”