Marc Marc Josloff, currently co-president and facilitator for the Long Island Center of Photography, is a self-described “artaholic,” diving into anything arts-related.
Since retiring as an art teacher in the NYC Public School System in 2002, Marc has been a painting instructor, regular exhibitor and lecturer at the Roslyn Village Gallery and, previously, the National Art League. He keeps himself very busy mounting exhibitions, judging, giving painting demonstrations and workshops, as well as presenting slide-lecture programs for Molloy College and arts organizations across Long Island.
Marc was touted as “One of 11 Artists to Watch” in the 2004 edition of “Artist Magazine and has work in many permanent collections, including The Art Students League of NY and The NYS Museum. He was an international winner in Canada’s “PhotoLife Magazine” and has received numerous “Best-in-Show” awards in painting and photography.
Marc’s images can be described as “droll, gently mysterious and arresting.” He likes to harness the power of shapes and tones to give heightened expression to his compositions.