Canadian photographer Di Fruscia featured in Caesars Palace
The work of Canadian landscape and nature photographer Di Fruscia is now being featured at the Carnevale Gallery located inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The photographer, who has been featured in many top art galleries and publications around the world, said it was an honor for his work to be featured, adding that it was an important step for his career as a fine art photographer.
Di Fruscia says his work as a landscape photographer aims to capture the real beauty of nature.
“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.”
Included in the special exhibition of Di Fruscia’s work are signed and numbered fine art prints. Among them are his works “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” and “Enjoy the Silence,” shot in Iceland, and “I Saw Red,” shot from Quebec, Di Fruscia’s home province.
The limited edition pieces are available only through the Carnevale Gallery. Gallery curator Tony Carnevale described Di Fruscia’s work as “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,” he says.