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Fine Art Biography While attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, David Kliger benefited from the freedom of combining drawing and painting with computer animation courses. Spending his days in the museum, he began to discover he had the eye of a painter, yet was attracted to the computer as an art medium.

To harmonize his creative influences, ideas and skills, Kliger began creating digital montages from photographs from which he creates archival prints; he has developed and explored this method of working since 1999. Kliger came a long way from his introduction to the arts at Northern Virginia Community College (while earning a marketing degree), to accomplishing his BFA in Chicago. He returned to the east coast and settled in metropolitan Washington, D.C.

For more than 4 years, Kliger was an active member of Touchstone Gallery, a thirty-member arts community in the city. Here, he became more involved in photography. In fact, he approaches each figurative digital montage as if he is “creating a drawing with photographic elements”.

Combining his technical and visual background, Kliger currently operates a business called Image Transformation Services through which he provides on-sight high-end retouching services throughout New York.