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Saturday, August 20, 2022


Photographer, engineer brings science in focus

Science and art combine in an exhibition of engineer and photographer John Chervinsky’s works.

Reminiscent of M.C. Escher’s mathematical drawings, Chervinsky’s photographs blend his extensive knowledge of science with his skill as a photographer to create bold black and white images composed of chalkboard drawings and still life displays.

Chervinsky will give a lecture on his exhibition, An Experiment in Perspective, at 7 p.m. today in Room 232, Phillip Guthrie Hoffman Hall.

Chervinsky’s photographs are also on display in FotoFest’s International Discoveries. The exhibition was born from the gallery’s directors’ visits to various countries where they explored the work of international artists. International Discoveries features work by photographers from South Korea, Poland and Uruguay, among others.

Chervinsky’s lecture is free, and for more information visit www.

International Discoveries is on display through Dec. 8 at Vine Street Studio, 1113 Vine St.

For more information on the exhibition, visit

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