Dr. Earle Weiss

Photographic Impressionism

Earle Weiss has had a long and productive career in pulmonary medicine both as a practicing and a teaching physician. The author of many articles on respiratory health and infection, he has also received many awards for his work, including the Chadwick Medal from the Massachusetts Thoracic Society. After a life in medicine, Weiss turned to art. Frequent walks around Lake Waban in Wellesley, Massachusetts inspired him to capture the beauty of the physical world. He takes photos of landscapes, botanicals, and other subjects, then digitally alters their images for an impressionistic effect. For more information about his medical career, check out his website

"Autumn Dreamscape"