Another Canadian shines at Caesars Palace

Di Fruscia landscape photographer featured at Carnevale Las Vegas Fine Art Gallery

St-Lazare, Quebec, CANADA

LAS VEGAS, May 17, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Carnevale Gallery, a fine art gallery specializing in limited edition photography and located inside the Appian Way at Caesars Palace, is now carrying the work of Canadian Quebec’s visionary fine art nature and landscape photographer, Di Fruscia. Carnevale Gallery just kicked off the first edition of Di Fruscia’s work with a special exhibition.

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“Di Fruscia's work is amazing with acute attention to detail. He has proven time and again his boundaries are without limitation as he travels the world in quest for manifesting some of the world’s unique and pensive landscapes through his lens,” said gallery curator Tony Carnevale as he marked the opening of the exhibition.

“Di Fruscia's has limited his edition sizes to 20 and this has tremendous appeal for me. Being able to offer our collectors fine art photography that is limited and engaging is exactly what the Carnevale Gallery represents,” Carnevale added.

Di Fruscia shares Tony Carnevale’s enthusiasm. “It’s an honor to have my work picked up by a fine art gallery and with Carnevale Gallery’s location at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, people from all around the world will see my work. It’s a very important step for my career as a fine art photographer.”

Each Di Fruscia fine art print is signed and numbered by the artist. Included in the Carnevale Gallery collection are his works titled, “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” and “Enjoy the Silence,” were shot during of one his many excursions in Iceland; and “I Saw Red,” which features an image from the photographer’s home province of Quebec.

The three pieces are part of a Signature Edition available only through the Carnevale Gallery. Di Fruscia will be adding more limited edition pieces in the near future to complete the collection.

Being added to the Carnevale Gallery collection brings another prestigious name to Di Fruscia’s long list of credits. The photographer has been featured at art galleries around the world; museum such as the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History; in many top publications, such as National Geographic, Time, and The Wall Street Journal; and at major corporations, including General Electric, Kodak and Canon.

Di Fruscia’s images capture real moments in nature – Describing his process, Di Fruscia said, “I’m constantly searching for those rare magical moments when the perfect light embraces nature in all its glory, you can rest assured – this is only the beginning of a long and dedicated quest to capture the breathtaking beauty of nature.”

Di Fruscia’s fine art work is now available for purchase at Carnevale Gallery and well represented online at his own website, Instagram, Facebook and other major social media platforms.

Canadian Photographer Di Fruscia Photography in Caesars Palace