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Photographer Mitch Dobrowner to Lecture at Richland College

Rope Out, Regan, North Dakota by Mitch Dobrowner, 2011

Rope Out, Regan, North Dakota by Mitch Dobrowner, 2011

Nature photographer Mitch Dobrowner will lecture and present images at Richland College at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 25, 2012. Dobrowner is know for stunning landscapes, seascapes and storms. The lecture will be in the Fannin Performance Hall. This event is free to the public.

Dobrowner grew up in Long Island, New York. He fooled around with an old Argus rangefinder given to him by his father. Soon after Dobrowner became addicted to the image of Minor White and Ansel Adams. Dobrowner left home at age twenty-one and traveled to the American Southwest. He eventually settled down in California with a wife, three children and a design studio, which did not leave much time for photography. Dobrowner picked-up photography again in 2005 at the urging of his family and friends.

Dobrowner’s most recent awards include

  • 2012 Sony World Photo Award
  • 2011 IPA / Lucie Award: Landscape
  • 2010 THe Jacob Riis Award: Runner Up for Landscape
  • 2010 Photolucida: Critical Mass: Top 50 Selection
  • 2010 PX3: First Place Nature
  • 2009 National Geographic Society: Visions of Paradise

Dobrowner’s most recent exhibits include Somerset House, London, England (May 2012) and GADCOLLECTION, Paris, France (Dec 2011-Jan 2012). He has works in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Portland Art Museum and Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

At the lecture, Dobrowner will be selling Storms Folio (8 prints for $75) and The Still Earth Folio (10 prints for $100).

This event is sponsored by the Richland College Photography Presentation Series, The Office of Student Life, and the Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts Divisions. Click here for more details.

Church Rock, El Capitan Valley, Arizona by Mitch Dobrowner, 2006

Church Rock, El Capitan Valley, Arizona by Mitch Dobrowner, 2006

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