My Chautauqua
An Incredible Trip Back in Time
Phone:  585-266-8262   Fax: 585-339-9475   eMail:   Address: 4770 St. Paul Blvd, Rochester, NY 14617
CH001 Miller Bell Tower - Autumn
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For those unfamiliar with Chautauqua, I am referring to the Chautauqua Institute, world-renowned for its extraordinary blend of the arts, education and religious programming. Located in the southwest corner of New York State, it began as a humble camp ground and training center for Methodist Sunday school teachers in the summer of 1874. It has expanded into a world-class forum for the discussion of political, social and religious issues, as well as a regional center for the arts, entertainment and recreation.

I was introduced to Chautauqua in the summer of 2003 and was instantly seduced by the charm of its late nineteenth century architecture, narrow European-style streets and wonderful gardens. I felt an overwhelming urge to capture and share the experience with as many people as I could.

I have created an extensive line of products featuring my photographic illustrations which are available year-round through the Chautauqua Bookstore and this website, and
at the Chautauqua Art Gallery Gift Shop during the summer months. My products are featured on the PhotoArts Page of this website and consist of prints, note cards, golf balls,
4" x4" stone tile coasters and 2" x 2" magnets, t-shirts and coffee mugs. The bookstore also carries an extensive line of my exclusive Chautauqua greeting cards.

Chautauqua Note Card Collections
Nostalgia Collection

Boxed assortment of 6 blank cards/6 envelopes.
Classic Collection

Boxed assortment of 6 blank cards/6 envelopes.
CH004 Athenaeum Hotel
CH007 Miller Bell Tower - Sepia
CH010 Fountainhead 1 - Sepia
CH002 Hall of Philosophy
CH005 Victorian Wedding Carriage
CH008 White Victorian - Sepia
CH011 Fountainhead 2 - Sepia
CH003 Episcopal Chapel
CH006 Living in the Shade of Miller Park
CH009 End of the Ride - Sepia
CH012 Victorian Wedding Carriage - Sepia