The photography of Bill Pappas features studies of people from a visually enhanced perspective, as well as scenic vignettes from a wide variety of domestic and international locations.
His work has been exhibited in the Cleveland Museum of Art May Show, The New York Art Director’s One Show, the International Graphis Press publication “Photographis”, Spaces Gallery, the Gates Mills juried shows, The Cleveland Society of Communicating Arts, The Butler Institute of Art, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, and the Telfair Museum in Savannah, Georgia. Bill is a member of the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, the Valley Art Center, the Cleveland Print Room, and Friends of Photography at the Cleveland Museum of Art. His work is part of the permanent collections at the Cleveland Clinic, The Cuyahoga County Administration Building, and the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
French Quarter Bicycle
New Orleans bicycle
Retro study of pergola in garden at George Eastman House
Livin' Large in South Beach
Scenic study of architecture and red car with figure crossing street in South Beach
Pick Your Vacation Cabin
Vermont vacation cabins ready for rental
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