About the Book
On the surface, an interpretive rendition of natural things and areas in Sauk Co, Wisconsin, a documentataion of a visual experience of visiting the woods and "nature" areas; but also something deeper. An artist's reconnection to his natural self. A stimulation of spiritual feelings, values, and behavior. A record of his own inner "environmental" recovery. We see in the environment and natural world as what we are and what we seek.
A large lovely coffee table book containing nearly 300 color photographs, which the viewer can get lost in, like getting lost in the woods safely, or pleasantly in yourself, and unafraid, just in awe. Many images! You will forget what you first saw, but go back to see what you thought you saw. Start anywhere and wander through the pages, moving, experiencing, feeling and learning.
Mr. Church has been a photographer for over 35 years. In 2006 he returned to making photographs after many years of business practice. He has been an editorial, advertising and public relations photographer, creating pictures for numerous local and national clients and magazines. He haqs exhibited photographs at galleries, art centers and museums. His photographs are in numerous private collections and also public institutions: The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, The Wisconsin Historical Society and Hofstra University.
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Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Sep 28, 2008
- Language English
- Tags nature photography, Sauk County WI, Devil's Lake, Parfrey's Glen, fall foliage, fall colors, photographic art, Lake Wisconsin, Merrimac WI, Baraboo WI, driftless area WI, photographs of trees, photographs of fall, photographs of autumn, fall landscape, wisconsin landscape., Wisconsin, forest, woods, autumn
The work of award winning fine art photographer, Dennis Church, has been featured in solo exhibitions throughout the United States, including the Wisconsin Historical Society, The Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center in Fort Myers, Florida, and the Darkroom Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky. His photographs are in public collections, including the Wisconsin Historical Society, Fordham University Emily Lowe Gallery on Long Island, and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art in Wisconsin. Mr. Church was born in Mason City, Iowa in 1949 and attended Iowa State University and The University of Wisconsin-Madison.