Gordon Saperia is a Boston based lens artist whose primary focus is the creation of dream like composite images of the natural world. These colorful fantasies are assembled from photographs of previously visited worldwide landscapes and are infused with his memory of how he felt being there.

Saperia’s photographs have been included in juried and invited exhibitions at the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, and the A Smith Gallery in Texas, in addition to many other venues. Additionally, his work has been published in the Photographic Society of America (PSA) Journal, and he was the project manager for The Focused Eye - Our Unique Views, a unique outdoor banner installation in Boston’s Seaport District during the summer of 2021.

While mostly self-taught, Gordon has studied photography with established educators including Marc Muench, Keith Carter, Susan Burnstine, Betty Wiley, Emily Belz, and most recently Valda Bailey.

In his former life, he had a long and satisfying career in medicine, first as an interventional cardiologist and subsequently as an editor of online medical content for healthcare professionals.

He is represented by Copley Society for Art, Boston, MA.

Gordon Saperia

Weston, Massachusetts


Powered by SmugMug Owner Log In