The Lindsay Theater Welcomes Fine Art Photographer for Sewickley May Mart Exhibit

From the picturesque streets and rivers of Pittsburgh, Sewickley and Beaver, PA, to the azure waters of Santorini, fine art photographer Emmanuel “Manny” Panagiotakis is dedicated to pushing the frontiers of fine art photography, capturing the total range of light and colors seen by the human eye.

The Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center will host a display of Panagiotakis’ photography in The Theater’s Community Room as part of Sewickley’s May Mart event on Saturday, May 13. 

His works will be on display Friday, May 12, through Sunday, May 14, during the Theater’s normal operating hours, and Panagiotakis will be at The Theater from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to share my passion for photography with the residents of  nearby communities,” says Panagiotakis. “Every photography print is a unique piece of art that tells its own story and evokes emotions in the viewer. My goal is to create timeless and captivating photography prints that will bring joy and inspiration to those who appreciate art.

Panagiotakis, a native of Chios, Greece, moved to Pittsburgh in 1988 and married his wife, Genie, a year later. He bought his first digital camera in 2004 and educated himself in technique and technical proficiency by reading the manuals in his second language. He has won numerous awards, including first place in Popular Photography magazine and recognition from the Epson International Pano Awards and the Black and White Spider Awards.

More information on Panagiotakis, including his gallery at 605 Third St., Beaver is available at