Focal Point Gallery & Workshops



Thank you for your interest in to submitting your artwork to Focal Point Gallery. We encourage you to submit your portfolio, although we do not guarantee that all portfolios will be posted. In order to submit your images to Focal Point Gallery, you must do the following:
1) You must register as an ARTIST first. Just fill out the required information. After registering, you are prompted to enter your Bio. This can be edited at anytime. At this time your account is set to inactive until Focal Point reviews your Bio. If you like, you can contact Focal Point at so that you can begin uploading your images.
2) Once you have been set to active member, you must then go to Log In. Log In with the user name and password you selected when you first registered. Once Logged In, you then go to Post Artwork. Make sure that you have prepared your portfolio for the gallery by doing the following:
a) Make sure that your images are .jpgs.
b) Make sure they are set to RGB mode and not CMYK. (CMYK images do not display correctly on the Internet.)
c) Resize your images so that the WIDTH is 450 pixels (whether vertical or horizontal format.).
d) The Gallery automatically resizes the images to the required 3 sizes for the gallery.
3) Now after you have clicked Post Artwork from the Navigational Menu you will start adding your portfolio one image at a time. Each Image requires the following information:
a) Title (Title of Art work)
b) Description (Description of Artwork)
c) Edition Size (if it is an edition)
d) Subject (If you don’t see a subject that fits your image, let us know -we’ll add it.)
e) Medium (If your medium is not there just choosing "Other".)
f) Size of Art work
g) Price
Now click Post Artwork.
4) You will then upload the corresponding image that you just entered. Just click on "Browse" to locate the image on your computer.
That’s it! Just repeat these steps to enter your portfolio.
At anytime you can modify your portfolio by logging in and clicking "My Artwork" in the Navigation menu.
Remember, after you have uploaded your images the portfolio will need to be approved once again by Focal Point Administration. We just want to make sure that uploaded images and information are correct, etc.
We look forward to adding you images to Focal Point Gallery!

© Focal Point Gallery 2003



Focal Point Visual Workshop offers digital classes in:

The latest version of Photoshop (working with images) for professional and amateur photographers, painters, sculptors and other visual artists. Classes are also valuable for non-artists interested in building computer imaging skills. Classes are taught by professionals with in-depth computer and teaching experience, who happen to be artists themselves.

Focal Point Gallery also offers:

Use of Digital Camera
Advanced Seminars in Digital Photography and Marketing Art
Custom Image Scanning
Color Correction
Fine Art Printing and Restoration
Individual Instruction in use of latest Adobe Photoshop


RON TERNER, Instructor & Focal Point Director

This hands-on workshop is geared for the serious amateur as well as for the person who would like an appreciation for fine black and white photography. The class is offered to all levels of skill from beginners and intermediate, to the more advanced student. The course focus will be on camera technique, instruction in the dark room, use of film, film technique, and printing. Students will have their own darkroom equipment for use. The size of the class allows for adequate student attention and personal one on one instruction as the student progresses through out the course developing his/her own personal style and vision.

Terner instructs how to make a fine exhibition quality print and his classes have helped the serious student create a portfolio ready for either gallery review or Fine Art college admissions
interviews. The amateur will be able to make pictures that one could be proud of hanging on any wall. A camera is needed with some additional darkroom supplies which will be discussed in the first class.

Terner has had numerous exhibitions in the United States. His work has also been shown in Latvia, France, Mexico, Norway and Russia. He has lectured throughout the United States on his technique of photo chemical painting he calls the PhotoTern. An article on the process can be found in Darkroom Photography Magazine, July/August 1986. His pictures have been published in many magazines and books. Nudes 1975-1985 and Nudes 1986-1991 are two books devoted to his work. Recently his work was included in the book Eros published by Stewart, Tabori & Chang, curated by Linda Ferrer. Ron Temer’s work is in the permanent collections of The Biblioteque Nationale, Paris, France, The Fotofactory, Oslo, Norway, Idaho State University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia, and in numerous private collections throughout the United States and abroad.


BRONX NY 10464
(718) 885-1403


July 11th- July 31st 2008

Opening Reception

Friday July 11th 7:00 pm-10:00 pm

Focal Point Gallery is celebrating its 34rh year with an exhibition of artwork
from artists all over the New York area.
Photography and paintings chosen by the artist will be on exhibition.
For further information call Ron Terner at (718) 885-1403