Treibers dramatic abstract photography may be described as a mesmerizing
symphonic explosion of color, light and motion. He takes viewers on other-worldly
journeys through space and time and preserves those magical, ephemeral, fleeting
moments that make our hearts beat faster and our spirits soar." Renee
Phillips: Art critic & Art writer
abstract compositions in vivid, pulsating colors... raises ones energy
level just whats needed" Anne
R. Fabbri: Philadelphia's Broad Street Review
gallery ... consists of 122 images. Most of them appear to be total abstractions.
Some are non-represenational. Others are built on reality. They roll. They
rock. They swirl. They sometimes define shapes. They are dreamlike. They
magical" Ian Summers: Raconteur, Artist, Career Coach,
Motivational Speaker & Workshop Presenter
images are full of excitement and joy, it looks fantastic and dynamic."
Photo + Magazine article and interview with Julia Kim (Korea)
Steel, Library of Congress photos:
work is important art and documentary. You should be very proud."
Forrest Old, Red Filter Gallery
That is great news, and well deserved!" Tom Werner, New School
is great news. Congratulations!" Peter Barberie, Philadelphia Museum
" Ricardo Viera, Director/Curator of the Lehigh University Art
most stunning visual history Ive ever seen. Peter Treiber captures
the beauty and power of the steelmaking process and portrays it as fine
art. Art that describes one of mans most ennobling efforts, the creation
of basic materials for the betterment of human life.
Ed Riccio, President, BethForge
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