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A native of Oklahoma, David Lorenz came to Ohio to attend college. He began at Wittenberg University; after a couple of years he transferred to the Dayton Art Institute, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in 1975.

David held his first show of color and black and white photographs at the University of Dayton’s Kennedy Union Art Gallery in October 1987. A second show soon followed in February 1988 at the Rita Caz Jewelry Studio and Gallery, Inc. in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Other shows include a special exhibit in May of 1990 at the Bartlesville Community Center in Oklahoma and an all black and white show at Gallery St. John, Dayton, Ohio in January of 1996.

Publication of David’s photographs includes the 1990 calendar by Compu-Color Graphic Sciences, Inc. The Compu-Color photographs won the Hermes Award, and the Printing Industries of America Award.

In addition, David’s photographs garnered an Award of Excellence by the Consolidated Paper Manufacturers of Wisconsin, who purchased 3000 poster size prints of two photographs for worldwide distribution. Other photographs have been purchased by the L. M. Berry Company for telephone book covers nationwide.

In 1991, David won six PIA awards, and in 1995, he won an award from the Dayton Metro Parks District for donating his photography restoration skills and for photographing the introductory slide show for the Five Rivers Metro Parks Carriage Hill Historical Farm Interpretive Exhibit. David is responsible for all the photography in the Carriage Hill Interpretive Exhibits.

David was invited to participate in the Miami Valley Cooperative Gallery Invitational Show November-December 2005; had a one-man show, Scenic Dayton Convention Center, Dayton, Ohio. July-September, 2006; had three panoramas highlighted in the Photo to Panoramas, at the Fabric displayin a special exhibit as part of ArtsFest 2005 at the Schuster Center for the Performing Arts, Dayton, Ohio; was featured in an ongoing exhibit at theCarriage Hill Art Gallery in Dayton, Ohio; and has work in prominent galleries in Dayton and Columbus.

More recently, David was invited by the Dayton Society of Painters and Sculptors to exhibit in the Dayton Convention Center Art Gallery July and August 2008. This one man show featured a of collection photos that span 25 years of scenic photography.

David is self-employed and has a passion for staying on the cutting edge of digital photography and printing techniques. He does not consider himself an artist, but rather and engineer who takes pictures.