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Selected Museums and Venues: (CAFA) The 101st Exhibition of The Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts (Mystic, Connecticut, 2012), (SDAI) San Diego Art Institute / (MOLA) Museum of the Living Artist (San Diego, California 2009), (CIDPA) Canadian International Digital Photography Competition 2011 (Montreal, QC, Canada), Boca Raton Museum of Art (Boca Raton, Florida 2012), Monmouth Museum of Art (Lincroft, New Jersey 2008), Andrews Museum of Art (Andrews, North Carolina 2010), (MOCA) Museum of Computer Art (Brooklyn, New York - current), The Southern Museum of Flight (Birmingham, Alabama 2008), The National Wall Art Gallery (Tampa, Florida 2007), Museum of the Gulf Coast (Port Arthur, Texas 2009), (MODA) Museum of Digital Arts (On-line 2008-2009), (DFAM) Digital Fine Arts Museum (On-line 2008-2009), (UICA) Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (Grand Rapids, Michigan 2011), The Palm Beach Photographic Center (West Palm Beach, Florida 2007-2008), (LACDA) Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts 2011, The Louisville Colorado Center for the Arts 2010, The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (West Palm Beach, Florida 2009), Digital Long Island (St. James, New York 2008), The Elliott Museum (Stuart, Florda 2012), The Elmhurst Art Museum, (Elmhurst, Illinois 2012),The Saco Museum 2012 Mill-ennial (Saco, Maine 2012), Sugar Sands Art Center, (Boca Raton, Florida 2009).
Rich Smukler has blended his life-long passion for art and photography. His works have been featured in numerous museums, galleries and private collections internationally. While his cutting edge passion for graphic design has earned him accolades and awards for innovative style, his genre as a fine art photographer encompasses photo-realism to abstract graphic design. A love of Tuscany has taken him back to bella Italia on many occasions, camera in tow, in search of yet another perfect moment. He has drawn inspiration from such greats as Miro, Kandinsky, Pollock, Joan Mitchell, Arno Minkkinen, Sandro Santioli & Cartier Bresson.