WYCKOFF, N.J. -- Fine art giclées will be exhibited in the gallery at the Wyckoff Family YMCA during the months of May and June.Artist Sydney Roberts, a native of Yorkshire, England, shares his photographic vision influenced by British landscape artists, such as Constable and Turner.
His collection of fine art giclées are also influenced by his romantic vision of the Impressionist School of Art.
He paints a picture with his camera in two styles, photo-realism and photo-impressionism.
Sydney works in Bergen County where he is known as a professional interior designer as well as a fine art artist.
His works are owned and displayed in homes and offices in the US and the UK.
Sydney’s signature artwork is “The Great Falls” Paterson, a five foot wide gallery wrapped giclée of the falls on display at the Great Falls Museum in Paterson.
His image of the Presentation Window from the Lady Chapel at Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Ireland was selected as the University’s 2009 Christmas card, which was circulated around the world.
His portfolio of fine art photographs captures his vision of England, France, Italy and the US.
These giclées have been on display in many venues in the metro area, including Art Expo in New York City.
Recently Sydney exhibited at the Pine Gallery, Fair Lawn.
His artwork and interview can be seen on You Tube, "Sydney Roberts Inside Fair Lawn."
Each individual giclée is a limited edition of 250 and is signed and numbered by Sydney.
This exhibit is a small but typical representation of the entire collection of his giclées.
A portion of the proceeds from all art sales benefit the Wyckoff Family YMCA, a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
The Gallery at the Wyckoff Family YMCA is open and available for viewing by the public during normal business hours.
The Wyckoff Family YMCA is located at 691 Wyckoff Ave.