Photography is not in the past or future but in the present moment.….where life is.
Photography is a perceptual practice that keeps me in the present. I am drawn to complex scenes in the American landscape that abound with visual confusion and bring my sense of order to it by picturing my interpretation of the emotional vibration and color of American life. I call this work AMERICOLOR.
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.
Florida Moments Published December 20, 2012
Untitled Published September 18, 2012
Public Attire Published June 18, 2011
August 2008 Published October 23, 2008
Arcadia Published October 22, 2008
October 2007 Photographs by Dennis Church Published September 28, 2008
February 2007 Published November 04, 2007
Some Americans Published October 30, 2007