Photographer/Physician Returns
to Larchmont Art Gallery

Reflections, an exhibit of photography by Mark Swartz of Mamaroneck, will be held at the Mamaroneck Artists Guild Gallery, 1987 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, until May 14, 2022. The exhibit is “a celebration of nature, color, and technology” and will include images from around the world. The gallery is open for this exhibit from Tuesday through Saturday, 12-5 PM.


Swartz has received national and international awards in photographic competitions, including three prestigious International Newspaper Awards by Kodak.  His photography has been exhibited in juried shows in the tri-state area.  The images hang in private homes as well as in corporate offices from coast to coast.  Former President Bill Clinton owns one of Swartz’s works (The Saxophonist).  Swartz is a prolific writer, and his photographs and articles on photography have been seen in many popular magazines.


Over the past 30 years, Swartz has been at the forefront of digital manipulation, a technique for which he coined the word photodigitography.  Swartz’s work has been described as “bright and colorful, and his bold lines and brilliant colors put a smile on your face.” 

“Swartz’s artwork captivates the viewer, constantly challenging the eye to see something in sensuous forms and rich folds of color.”  


Roberta Hershenson of The New York Times wrote, “Swartz produces color-drenched, other worldly photographs…”  “The photographs are stunning, displaying a sophisticated grasp of composition and form.”


Swartz has been fortunate to travel to some of the world’s most majestic sceneries in the United States, Asia, and the Middle East.  All the photographic works presented in Reflections are printed on canvas.

Mark H. Swartz, MD, as he is professionally known, is respected internationally as a cardiologist, medical educator, and author of medical textbooks.  His Textbook of Physical Diagnosis: History and Examination, now in its 8th edition, is the standard textbook in its field in the United States and has been translated into 15 languages.