photo-eye Gallery Opening Friday Nov. 21st: Mitch Dobrowner - Still Earth | Storms photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce Still Earth | Storms, an exhibition of black & white landscape photographs by Mitch Dobrowner. The opening and artist reception will take place on November 21st, 2014 from 5-7 pm.
|Doll House, 2014 and Landspout, 2014 -- Mitch Dobrowner|
Opening Friday, November 21st from 5-7pm
Exhibition runs through January 10th, 2015
photo-eye Gallery is pleased to announce Still Earth | Storms, an exhibition of black & white landscape photographs by Mitch Dobrowner. Dobrowner presents the land in sublime complexity with imagery poised between permanence and flux, his images at once capturing seemingly eternal geological formations and the ever-changing complexion of weather. For Dobrowner, these swirling skies and monolithic mountains inspire a reverence and respect for our vast, wondrous, and sometimes perilous planet. While photographing, Dobrowner keeps the words of Edward Abbey as a kind of mantra: “Our job is to record, each in his own way, this world of light and shadow and time that will never come again exactly as it is today.” A modern master printer, Dobrowner’s work is well seated as a contemporary member of a long and honored line of American landscape photographers.
|Supercell at Dusk, 2014 -- Mitch Dobrowner|
Mitch Dobrowner’s photographs have been exhibited internationally at venues including the Somerset House in London England, the GADCOLLECTION in Paris, France, and EXPO Chicago. Dobrowner’s images also appear in several notable collections, including: the Museum of Fine Arts: Houston, The Portland Museum of Art, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Furthermore, Mitch Dobrowner has been awarded First Place at PX3, First Place at IPA/Lucie, earned the Joseph Riis Award, and has been named to the Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50 three times. His monograph Storms was published by Aperture in 2013.
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For more information or to purchase a print, please contact Anne Kelly at 505-988-5152 x121 or firstname.lastname@example.org