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"I pick up my camera much as another artist picks up her brushes.  My photographs are my paintings."

Gloria Pereyra

Gloria Pereyra is an American artist concentrating on fine art photography and known for the elegance of her prints, principally photogravures and silk organza illuminated by precious metals.  These processes create timeless illusions that transcend subject matter.  Images are of wonder, whimsy, grace and the connection of the heart and the eye.  Stories or poetry written by the artist frequently accompany image collections.


Presently living in the Rocky Mountains, Gloria grew up in San Francisco and studied fine art and art history earning her BFA from the University of Denver.  Her work has been honored by The Pollux Awards, Prix de la Photographie Paris, International Photography Awards- The Lucie Awards, International Fine Art Photography Competition: Grand Prix de la Decouverte, Photography Masters Cup, Best of Photography and the Black and White Spider Awards (2012 through 2022).  The Strange Tale of a Bird in a Looking Glass was awarded the Silver Medal by the PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris 2023.  Her work won a division of the 2019 Julia Margaret Cameron Awards.   Publications have included Shadow and Light Magazine and L'Oeil de la Photographie.   A recent solo exhibition was held in New York City at the Soho Photo Gallery in 2022.  Walker Fine Art Gallery in Denver, Colorado exhibited the portfolio, The Strange Tale of a Bird in a Looking Glass, January 20-March 11, 2023.   Exhibitions for 2024 include FotoNostrum in Barcelona, Spain (April 4-21) and Walker Fine Art in Denver, Colorado (July 19-September 7).  


Gloria Pereyra's intaglio polymer photogravure prints are featured in Oehme Graphic's Stairway to Heaven Portfolio and her work is presently available through                                          and                                  




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