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Video: Behind the Image - Doll House by Mitch Dobrowner

Video Behind the Image - Doll House by Mitch Dobrowner Photographer Mitch Dobrowner discusses his image Doll House in his exhibition at photo-eye Gallery in Santa Fe, NM titled STILL EARTH | STORMS, just extended through January 24, 2015.

Mitch Dobrowner, Doll House, 2014
photo-eye gallery is excited to announce STILL EARTH | STORMS, an exhibition of black and white photographs depicting Western American landscapes and Midwestern skies by Mitch Dobrowner, has been extended through January 24, 2015. Douglas Fairfield of photograph magazine notes, "Dobrowner’s black-and-white pictures of rugged mesas and mountainscapes interspersed amid desolate expanses of desert are real, though they have a timeless quality that taps into the realm of the sublime. Not unlike the sense of awe and wonder one recalls from photographs by Ansel Adams and Minor White, Dobrowner’s pictures invite contemplation." Read the full review on photograph magazine's website. Haniya Rae of Artsy Editorials sees a more conceptual approch to the contrasting images of rolling skies and solid rock, stating "though we take geological formations for granted, and expect them to be a part of our landscape for thousands of years to come, Dobrowner might subtly be suggesting that erosion and change are constantly occurring, and as a photographer, he intends to capture this scenery as it is, and preserve its inspiring views for prosperity." Read the full write up here.

In the video interview, Dobrowner details both thoughts and experiences behind the creation his brand new image Doll House, made in Canyonlands Utah last Fall. For Dobrowner reverence and respect are in mind as he seeks to capture the beauty and majesty of a natural rock formation millions of years in the making. All of the new landscapes on view in STILL EARTH | STORMS are world debuts and are offered exclusively by photo-eye Gallery at this time.

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For more information about STILL EARTH | STORMS, or for print sales, please contact Gallery Director Anne Kelly at 505.988.5152 ext.121 or