From the Frederick Law Olmsted Collection

Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903) began in 1857 with the design of Central Park in New York City and went on to become the founder of American landscape architecture. The thousands of landscapes he designed include many of the world’s most important parks such as Prospect Park in Brooklyn; the Emerald Necklace in Boston; the BiltmoreContinue reading “From the Frederick Law Olmsted Collection”

Harvard’s Fruitlands Museum celebrates the National Park Service with Photographs by Xiomaro

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact HARVARD, MASS. – Having turned 100 years old, the National Park Service inaugurates its second century with a fine art photographic exhibit at Harvard’s Fruitlands Museum titled “Find Your Park:  National Parks in New England,” which includes several large-scale photographs by New York artist Xiomaro.  The group display is open now through March 19, 2017.Continue reading “Harvard’s Fruitlands Museum celebrates the National Park Service with Photographs by Xiomaro”

National Park Service and Partners Commission Xiomaro To Highlight Connecticut and Massachusetts

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact The National Park Service and its partners have commissioned Xiomáro to create an artistic photographic series that will bring wider acclaim to the New England National Scenic Trail (NET), a 215-mile hiking route through 41 communities in Connecticut and Massachusetts comprised primarily of historic trail systems. Although the NET has been in existence forContinue reading “National Park Service and Partners Commission Xiomaro To Highlight Connecticut and Massachusetts”

Xiomáro’s Photography Exhibition at Oyster Bay Historical Society Memorializes William Floyd’s Slaves

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact The Oyster Bay Historical Society‘s 2015 season opens with the exhibition of The Other Side – Charles, Caesar, Harry, Sam, Pompey, Lon and Isaac, a photographic collection by New York artist Xiomáro (SEE-oh-MAH-ro).  The collection of twenty-nine photographs will be on view from January 11 to March 29, 2015. The Other Side looks at theContinue reading “Xiomáro’s Photography Exhibition at Oyster Bay Historical Society Memorializes William Floyd’s Slaves”

Cuba, Commerce and Cannibals

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact My father passed on a couple of old photos he received from a member of his family.  They are severely scratched, scuffed, dirty and faded with ink marks and portions missing.  I’m glad I was able to restore them as I only had low resolution pdf files to work with, which is not theContinue reading “Cuba, Commerce and Cannibals”

Harvard’s Photo Exhibit Is Just In Time For New Ken Burns PBS Documentary

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Harvard University’s Lamont/Pusey Library presents selections from the photographic series Theodore Roosevelt – “How I Love Sagamore Hill” by Xiomáro (SEE-oh-MAH-ro).  The New York artist was commissioned by the National Park Service to photograph the interiors of the president’s “Summer Whitehouse” at what is now Sagamore Hill National Historic Site in Oyster Bay, New York.  The 26 color photographs featuredContinue reading “Harvard’s Photo Exhibit Is Just In Time For New Ken Burns PBS Documentary”

National Park Service Commissions Xiomáro To Photograph Boston Harbor Islands and Launch Artist-in-Residence Program

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me This summer, visitors to the Boston Harbor Islands may encounter the lens of New York artist Xiomáro (pronounced SEE-oh-MAH-ro). The National Park Service has commissioned the fine art photographer to create a visual collection of Peddocks, Spectacle and other islands that will be exhibited throughout the state to raise public awareness of theContinue reading “National Park Service Commissions Xiomáro To Photograph Boston Harbor Islands and Launch Artist-in-Residence Program”

Fire Island Presents “Revolutionary” Photo Exhibit at Patchogue Ferry Terminal

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me The first artistic collection of photographs documenting William Floyd’s Old Mastic House will be presented by Fire Island National Seashore at the Patchogue Ferry Terminal.  The exhibit, The William Floyd Estate Comes to Fire Island, opens on July 4 and remains on view until August 17, 2014.  Some of the images are drawnContinue reading “Fire Island Presents “Revolutionary” Photo Exhibit at Patchogue Ferry Terminal”

Harvard’s Photo Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Views of Theodore Roosevelt’s Summer White House

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me Harvard University’s Lamont/Pusey Library presents selections from the photographic series Theodore Roosevelt – “How I Love Sagamore Hill” by Xiomáro (SEE-oh-MAH-ro).  The New York artist was commissioned by the National Park Service to photograph the interiors of the president’s “Summer Whitehouse” at what is now Sagamore Hill National Historic Site in Oyster Bay,Continue reading “Harvard’s Photo Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Views of Theodore Roosevelt’s Summer White House”