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Gary Faye holds a degree in Electronics Engineering from CU Boulder. He grew up in the Colorado Mountains. During the course of his studies, he used to pursue photography on part time basis and this led to many Ansel Adams workshops and eventually to a new career after he graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Within a short time Faye had established himself as a professional photographer and attracted some prominent clients including but not limited to Lay's, Red Lobster Restaurants, Xeerox, Northrup, Mead, Saab, Compaq, Boeing, Chase, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hines, QWest, Sony / Columbia, and American and Continental Airlines. Through the years his work has appeared in many one person exhibitions and shows such as the Houston, Dallas and New York Art Director's Shows.

His work has also appeared in numerous publications including Graphis, CA, PDN and Print, and also in private and corporate collections. Faye believes that all great pieces of art have something about being human. He also believes that the audience and the artist work together to discover what the art says. To him, art is a form of communication and is the most powerful because it touches the hearts of the people stirring up emotional feelings. He hopes that when viewers take a look at his art they’ll call up their own stories and very surprising discoveries. Faye gets a lot of happiness, inspiration, and motivation to work from his love for his surrounding. He also draws on current cultural issues, his childhood experiences, and things he loves most.
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Infinity
Fine-Art Print
32" x 24"
$40.99
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The Jetty
Fine-Art Print
39" x 20"
$40.99
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