ARTIST STATEMENT, My photographic works are frequently of people, wildlife and of the perfection of nature in landscapes. I am motivated by the battle between light and shadow and by the vibrancy of color and the organic textures. My current works concentrate on both the artistic and technical aspects of photography and I strive for a timeless look in my work which repeatedly divides me from the authentic world to a visionary place. BIO Romanian born Tony Rosca has photographed subjects in Europe and throughout the United States of America. In love with the rich landscapes and wildlife he started to shoot the outdoors and in time he extended his expertise to studio work, architecture, concept and more whimsical subjects. He describe his work as “Edgy- never in the middle” and he masterly uses his skills to photograph magical moments and some times he likes to manipulate his images to besiege them into his own artistic concepts. Many works are at the border of reality and fantasy and are executed with superb technical skills .
Exhibitions and Credits: Artist’s Eye Gallery: Conscious Conscience Etra Gallery Goup show for Elements of Arts Albertini Arts Gallery OUT OF THE BLUE FIGURES AND FORMS DECADENCE AND DECAY
For “Behind Our Eyes” exhibition we donate art work to support the UCP event coordinated by artist: Dr. Timothy Leistner and Artist Eye’s Gallery
NEW TIMES -Art Beat By art critic MICHAEL MILLS Comment about Tony’s work showed at Artist’s Eye Gallery as part of “Conscious Conscience” exhibition: “...And the Romanian-born Rosca contributes a dozen high-contrast, atmospheric black-and -white shots, some of which are flat out gorgeous - Onion Child, for instance, in which a hat-clad boy wears a garland of onions ,Worker, in which a man strike a pose in what it looks like a workshop and especially the metaphor-laden Lost Identity,in which a somber faced,beautiful little boy in a flap-eared fur hat stands holding a huge hammer and scythe.....