Mitch Dobrowner - TPS Membership
For all Mitch Dobrowner fans, the Texas Photographic Society is offering a wonderful opportunity to own one of his fabulous photograph!
Members joining at the Friend, Patron and Benefactor levels may choose from an exclusive selection of fine prints by prominent, contemporary photographers. Join or renew your TPS membership at the Friend Level or higher and you can select one or more prints from our five artists for $195 or less per print. See the Join TPS page for discount pricing details. All prices include shipping and handling.
All images are signed by the artist and may be purchased through December 31, 2015. Please note that each print is part of a special limited edition. So, purchase your print before it is sold out! If you have any questions, you may email TPS President Amy Holmes George at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mitch Dobrowner, Serpent's Tail
This stunning image was taken in an isolated location west of Page, Arizona, on the Paria Plateau. “I see myself on a passionate mission to make up for years of lost time—creating images that help evoke how I see our wonderful planet. I owe much to the great photographers of the past, especially Ansel Adams, for their dedication to the craft and for inspiring me in my late teens. Though I have never met them, their inspiration helped me determine the course my life would take.”
Mitch Dobrowner left his home in Bethpage, New York, at 21, quitting his job, leaving his friends and family to see the American Southwest for himself. In California he met his wife, together raising three children and creating their own design studio. Years later, in early 2005, inspired by his wife, children and friends—he again picked up his cameras.
Dobrowner’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, collected and published widely. 21st Editions released two limited edition, handcrafted publications of his work: The Prophecies of William Blake and Prism Series Book #2: Mitch Dobrowner. Aperture Foundation published Dobrowner’s monograph Storms in 2013.