Artist Spotlight

George Fellner

    Artist Statement:

  • The methodology for Imaginary Realms involves the visual exploration of stones and crystals, surveying the juxtaposition of colors, tonal variations, and textures. Messages from the Earth sciences, astronomy, history, mythology, and multi-cultures provide potential points of departure. In turn, this is manifested as the shutter-click of a captured photographic vision. The intent is to present abstract expressionist images that can invigorate the mind of the observer, evoking concepts and dreams that may traverse space, time, and dimension. The unifying theme explores the search for universal insights along with the notion of matter/energy/mind/spirit transformations. Ultimately, there is the offered propensity for stimulating the observer’s curiosity and imagination.

The Multiplicity of Creation |40"x28" | Sublimated Metal

    Private Collections:

    Jackson Laboratory at UCONN Health Center
    Yale School of Medicine
    Nature Genetics NYC Headquarters


    INK Publications: Photographer George Fellner - Architect for Body and Spirit
    Artists’ Homes and Studios by E. Ashley Rooney (featured artist)


Legends of the Nordic Kind | 15"x20" | Digital Pigmented Ink Print

    Artist Biography:

  • George Fellner, photographer and architect, is committed to a dual life-path involving visual discovery and design, relating to both the natural and built environments. The focus of George’s work, Imaginary Realms, reveals an endless search for the abstractions of reality, involving the macro-photography of stones and crystals. Influenced by the 19th and 20th century art movements of Impressionism, Abstract Expressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism, he is engaged in an ongoing exploration of the imagination.

Pele Awakens on Kilauea | 13"x20" | Digital Pigmented Ink Print


    New Britain Museum of American Art
    The Slater Memorial Museum
    Mystic Museum of Art
    Mystic Arts Center
    Spectrum Gallery
    EO Art Lab Gallery
    Shoreline Arts Alliance at Mill Gallery
    West Hartford Art League Clubhouse Gallery
    University of Connecticut Stamford Art Gallery
    University of Connecticut Homer Babbidge Library
    Mercy Center Mary C. Daly Art Gallery
    Exposure Gallery of Photography
    Rathbun Library
    Essex Library


Synaptic Nebula | 32"x68" | Sublimated Metal