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Mitch Dobrowner: New Releases


photo-eye Gallery Mitch Dobrowner:
New Releases
photo-eye Gallery is pleased to present two new Mitch Dobrowner photographs. Together, these images juxtapose a natural and an urban environment while preserving Dobrowner's signature approach to the landscape – one that emphasizes vastness, drama, and a grand respect for the planet  we inhabit.
photo-eye Gallery is pleased to present two new Mitch Dobrowner photographs. Together, these images juxtapose a natural and an urban environment while preserving Dobrowner's signature approach to the landscape – one that emphasizes vastness, drama, and a grand respect for the planet  we inhabit. Dobrowner's black-and-white landscapes come in three editions starting at 14x20 inches and as large as 34x50 inches.

Both of these works are currently available at the first price tier. Please contact photo-eye Gallery to purchase Mitch Dobrowner's NEW photographs.

Mitch was kind enough to share his thoughts on his work. Enjoy!

Natron Sunrise, Archival Pigment Ink Print, 20x30" Image, Edition of 25, $2500, ©Mitch Dobrowner 

"I always have to remind myself that what seems to be is not always as it really is; that the Earth is really a billion-year-old rock spinning through space. These two images represent a juxtaposition between how I see our natural world and the urban landscapes man has built upon it."
-Mitch Dobrowner

Urbane, Archival Pigment Ink Print, 20x30" Image, Edition of 25, $2500, ©Mitch Dobrowner 

"I always thought that if I could do a 1000-year time-lapse of the city of Los Angeles we’d see that everything we have constructed is just temporary; that the landscape itself wouldn’t change but what mankind built upon it would rise and fall over time. We’re only temporary here. The land we think we own, we don't - we're only borrowing it. That land will still be here where we're all gone."

-Mitch Dobrowner








Here is a quick video of Mitch showing us what the wind sounds like on a typical day of shooting at Tronna Pinnacles 







If you would like to read more about Mitch Dobrowner click here for an interview by Anne Kelly.  



All prices listed are correct at the time this post was published, but are subject to change as the images are available in limited editions. Please reach out to the gallery for the most current information.

For more information, and to purchase prints, please contact Gallery Staff at 
505-988-5152 x202 or gallery@photoeye.com


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