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Dennis Church

Potted Plant in Window, Wisconsin USA, 2009

Photography : fine art print 18.67 x 28 cm

€350

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Dennis Church, Potted Plant in Window, Wisconsin USA

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Professional art gallery • Rome, Italy

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Medium
Photography: fine art print
Dimensions cm inch
18.67 x 28 cm
Framing
Not framed
Type
Numbered and limited to 15 copies
15 copies available
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Signature
Signed artwork
Colors

orange

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USA

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Dennis Church

Dennis Church

United States • Born in: 1949

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American artists

Dennis Church, American (b. 1949, MasonCity, IA, USA, based in Bonita Springs, FL, USA) attended Iowa State University and worked for Iowa and Wisconsin state government bureaus after college, then he attended Apeiron Photography Workshops in New York state. He received several public art grants for documentary projects. He did many editorial, advertising and public relations photography assignments for 20 years. 


In 2000, his father died which started him on a very introspective period: he stopped commercial photography and devoted more time to personal work. Dennis Church was recently recognized with inclusion of his photographs in the book "Bystander, A History of Street Photography". His pictures are presented as one of the new directions of street photography by the authors Joel Meyerowitz and Colin Westerbeck. He is fascinated by both the harmonics and discordances of color.

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