Scottsdale Photographer Bill Pack offers best-in-class automotive photography
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
Renowned visual creator Bill Pack is set to captivate art enthusiasts at the upcoming ‘Celebration of Fine Art Scottsdale’ with his unparalleled automotive photography.
Internationally acclaimed for his ‘Painting with Light’ technique, Mr. Pack will display his mastery in transforming cars into artistic masterpieces, a skill that has led to collaborations with luminaries like Roger Penske and recognition at prestigious events such as Pebble Beach and Amelia Island, according to a press release.
“I believe that every car has a story, and through my lens, I aim to tell tales that resonate with viewers long after they’ve experienced the art,” Mr. Pack said in a prepared statement. “The ‘Celebration of Fine Art Scottsdale’ is a fantastic opportunity to share these narratives and connect with fellow enthusiasts who appreciate the beauty of the automotive world.”
Mr. Pack’s upcoming showcase at the ‘Celebration of Fine Art Scottsdale’ is an opportunity for art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the world of automotive artistry. His unique approach to photography, highlighted by dramatic chiaroscuro styles reminiscent of painters like Caravaggio, brings out the emotional essence of automotive design.
“As an artist, my goal is to transcend the mechanical and reveal the soul within each car.” Mr. Pack said. “‘Painting with Light’ is more than a technique —- it’s a journey into the heart of automotive design, a dance between light and form.”
Mr. Pack’s prowess extends beyond traditional photography, transcending into the realm of fine art. His collaboration with Roger Penske on an exclusive car collection book and the completion of the Phoenix Art Museum’s book, “Legends of Speed,” are just glimpses into his multifaceted portfolio.
In addition to his museum exhibitions, Mr. Pack’s work has earned him several prestigious awards, including recognition at the San Francisco Show, the Communication Arts Magazine award for his current automotive work, and a Gold ADDY Award for his Phoenix Art Museum book, “Legends of Speed.”
The ‘Celebration of Fine Art Scottsdale’ runs Jan. 13 through March 24.