Three Variations on the Landscape

Photographs by Eliot Porter, Mitch Dobrowner and James H. Evans

Eliot Porter (1901-1990). Dr. Porter is often referred to as the color Ansel Adams. He is one of the major figures in the acceptance of the use of color in photography. His dye transfer prints are unsurpassable. To see his work, please start with his Intimate Landscapes portfolio page.

James H. Evans (1954-) is a familiar name to most of our clientele and has a national reputation. He lives in Marathon, Texas. His prints in this show come from his Rock, Paper, Scissors series. These are striking surreal evening scenes from his beloved West Texas desert.

Mitch Dobrowner (1956-) is new to the gallery. His unusual Southwest landscapes have been published extensively, and he is handled by an increasing number of dealers. His gorgeous digital prints are creatively made, from the camera to computer development to the print.

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James H. Evans

James H. Evans, Ocotillo and Rock
Ocotillo and Rock
James H. Evans, Sotols in the Morning
Sotols in the Morning
James H. Evans, Hit and Run
Hit and Run
James H. Evans, Rock with Hole
Rock with Hole
James H. Evans, Pock Rock
Pock Rock
James H. Evans, Painting the Rocks
Painting the Rock
James H. Evans, Rock and Glenn Springs
Rock and Glenn Springs
James H. Evans, Grapevine Hills
Grapevine Hills

Mitch Dobrowner

Mitch Dobrowner, Civilization
Mitch Dobrowner, Agathla Peak
agathla Peak
Mitch Dobrowner, Shiprock Storm
Shiprock Storm
Mitch Dobrowner, Rainstorm
Mitch Dobrowner, Rock Family
Rock Family
Mitch Dobrowner, Dawn, Trona
Dawn, Trona
Mitch Dobrowner, Acropolis
Mitch Dobrowner, Church Rock
Church Rock