Peter Treiber

Peter Treiber

  • 6394

    Ethereal Luminescence 6934

    40" x 32", chromogenic print on acrylic

  • 11076

    Ethereal Luminescence 11076

    40" x 30", chromogenic print on acrylic

  • 15145

    Ethereal Luminescence 15145

    40" x 30", chromogenic print on acrylic

  • 25158

    Ethereal Luminescence 25158

    40" x 28", chromogenic print on acrylic

  • 27095

    Ethereal Luminescence 27095

    40" x 28", chromogenic print on acrylic

  • 37071

    Ethereal Luminescence 37071

    40" x 32", chromogenic print on acrylic

  • 42142

    Ethereal Luminescence 42142

    40" x 28", chromogenic print on acrylic

  • 152

    Ethereal Luminescence 152

    41" x 31", backlit 3 layer(RGB) transparent prints on acrylic

  • 18407

    Ethereal Luminescence 18407

    31" x 41", backlit translite print with neon accents

  • 52472

    Ethereal Luminescence 52472

    41" x 31", backlit translite print with neon accents

  • 7555

    Ethereal Luminescence 7555

    41" x 31", backlit translite print with neon accents

Peter Treiber

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Peter grew up in a family of painters and photographers. Peter worked in New York City as a photo assistant and then earned an AA degree in graphic design at S.U.N.Y. Farmingdale, New York and a BFA degree in photography from the Art Center College of Design in California. After a long corporate, industrial and advertising photography career; Peter returned to his passion for art and creating fine art photography. Treiber has exhibited widely, published two books, and has work n numerous collections including the Library of Congress.

“Ethereal Luminescence” is a series of abstract, expressionistic photographs that was started in 2012 at a light show and continued at fireworks shows, urban street scenes and amusement parks. It was born out of an effort to express the joy and excitement experienced by viewers and participants at these events. The symphonic explosion of color, light and motion was the result of Peter not accepting the first representative mages that he made. In the final presentation, Peter is not concerned with place or subject, but with the final image to be considered as the subject.

The images above are currently available, as chromogenic prints laminated to acrylic or as backlit (LED) Translite prints with neon accents. Generally, images from this series are available as commissioned prints to clients’ specifications. Current media choices are: archival pigments on fine art paper, chromogenics on acrylic, sublimation on aluminum, back lit Translite prints, and color separated (RGB) prints on transparent acrylic layers.