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CPA is pleased to announce a special lecture with acclaimed photographer Mitch Dobrowner. Mitch will discuss his career, his process, his experiences in “Tornado Alley,” patience, luck, technology and more! Don’t miss this exciting artist talk!
Inspired early on by Minor White and Ansel Adams, Mitch Dobrowner began photographing as a teen. His first experience with storms occurred years later when, out of curiosity, he visited an area known as Tornado Alley—an event he has called, “a surreal, life-changing experience.” The images he continues to create portray the terrible beauty of extreme weather events in astounding detail. Dobrowner won the September 2017 edition of the “The Biennial’s Grant,” United Kingdom/Spain, and first place for Fine Art Landscape in the 2016 “IPA/Lucie Awards,” New York. His work has been published in numerous magazines and exhibited in galleries and museums nationally and internationally, and is held in the permanent collection of Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX and Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, among others. A book on this series, Storms, was published in 2013.
To see more of Mitch’s work, visit his website >
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