In memory of
Barry Robert Peril
In memory of
Barry Robert Peril
Peril, Barry Robert 80 Sept. 17, 1932 Feb. 15, 2013 Artist. Buddhist. Cancer Survivor. CPA. Cultural Historian. Horseman. Humanitarian. Humorist. Lawyer. Storyteller. Truth Seeker. Visionary. Renaissance Man. Fine art photographer: exhibits in galleries and museums in the US, Germany, Japan, Korea and Russia feature Pacific Northwest landscapes, documentary projects, urban icons and abstractions. See: www.barryperil.com . Born in Shamokin, PA, the beloved son of David and Alice Peril. Wharton School, B.S. Economics with honors; Phi Epsilon Pi; Harvard Law School, L.L.B. Studied Tibetan Buddhism under the Venerable Sonam T. Kazi; founded the Zogchen Pema Choling Meditation Center in Philadelphia in 1971. Master of light, Barry lives on in his photographic legacy and in the hearts of many friends and family: last love, Donna Seifer; Jessica, Jon, Devlin and Drake Christiansen and first love, Marilyn Peril. Barry's life will be celebrated in September in Portland.
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In memory of
Barry Robert Peril
Peril, Barry Robert 80 Sept. 17, 1932 Feb. 15, 2013 Artist. Buddhist. Cancer Survivor. CPA. Cultural Historian. Horseman. Humanitarian. Humorist. Lawyer. Storyteller. Truth Seeker. Visionary. Renaissance Man. Fine art photographer: exhibits in galleries and museums in the US, Germany, Japan, Korea and Russia feature Pacific Northwest landscapes, documentary projects, urban icons and abstractions. See: www.barryperil.com . Born in Shamokin, PA, the beloved son of David and Alice Peril. Wharton School, B.S. Economics with honors; Phi Epsilon Pi; Harvard Law School, L.L.B. Studied Tibetan Buddhism under the Venerable Sonam T. Kazi; founded the Zogchen Pema Choling Meditation Center in Philadelphia in 1971. Master of light, Barry lives on in his photographic legacy and in the hearts of many friends and family: last love, Donna Seifer; Jessica, Jon, Devlin and Drake Christiansen and first love, Marilyn Peril. Barry's life will be celebrated in September in Portland.
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