B. Architecture, M. Architecture, AIA
George Fellner (CT) is committed to a dual life-path as fine art photographer and architect, embracing both the natural and built environments. His subject categories include nature, landscape, and architecture. Imaginary Realms, a prime focus, reveals an endless exploration of the abstractions of reality and inspirational meaning, involving the macro photography of minerals. His architectural themes include fine art interpretations as well as Manifestations of Surreality.
George received his Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech and his Master of Architecture from the University of Florida. As principal of Fellner Architects, he continues to utilize his design sensitivities for creative photography. His photographs and articles have been published in books, magazines, and newspapers. He also wrote and published Imaginary Realms: The Visual Language of Stones and Crystals and Essence of Architecture in East Haddam: Expressions of a Connecticut River Town. George’s images have been exhibited in art galleries and museums in both group and solo shows, and his works are also exhibited in the permanent art collections at the Yale School of Medicine, the Jackson Laboratory at the University of Connecticut, and the NYC headquarters for Nature Genetics, an international science journal. As an inspirational speaker, he has been presenting programs since 2004.