Mitch DOBROWNER, Barn and Tornado, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Cloud over Horizon, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Fish and Fence, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Hailstorm Approach, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Landspout, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Mammatus Clouds over Fence, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Merging Tornados, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Rain Curtain, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Saucer and Lights, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Saucer over Road, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Soda Can, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Squall-Windstorm, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Storm and Last Light, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Supercell, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Supercell and Farmland, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Supercell over Field, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Triptych, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Wedge and Plains, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, White Tornado, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, The Tapestry, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Salt Creek Mesa, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Land of Standing Rocks, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Dolls, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, The Doll House, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Devil's Kitchen, 2014
Mitch DOBROWNER, Monument Valley, 2013
Mitch DOBROWNER, El Capitan, 2013
Mitch DOBROWNER, Sunrise over Spires, 2013
Mitch DOBROWNER, Church Rock, 2006
Mitch DOBROWNER, Church Rock, 2006

Mitch DOBROWNER, Church Rock, 2006

El Capitan Valley, Arizona

Original photography, Pigments Ink.

16 x 20 inch (40 x 50 cm)

ed 45

Signed, numbered and Titled by the artist.

Certificate of Authenticity + Biography

2. Mitch DOBROWNER
1 800,00 €

Sizes available :

 

- 20 x 30 inch  / 51 x 76,5 cm (photo) - 24 x 36 inch / 61 x 92 cm (paper)

 

 

 

Mitch DOBROWNER grew up on Long Island (Bethpage), NY –He felt lost in his late teens. Worried about his future direction in life, his father gave him an old Argus rangefinder to fool around with. Little did he realize what an important gesture that would turn out to be for him.

After doing some research and seeing the images of Minor White and Ansel Adams he quickly became addicted to photography.

To make a long story short, he left home at 21, quitting his job, leaving friends and family to see the American Southwest for myself.

For nearly 30 years, Mitch DOBROWNER worked on his own, without showing it.

In early 2005, inspired by my wife, children and friends – he decided it was about time to bring it to the world. Today he is on a passionate mission to create images that help evoke how he sees our wonderful planet.

‘I feel that I owe much to the great photographers of the past, especially Ansel Adams, for their dedication to the craft and for inspiring me in my late teens. Though I have never met them, their inspiration helped me determine the course my life would take’.

Museums:

Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California

Photography Museum of China, Lishui, China