DON O. THORPE
is a Utah born artist who
specializes in Impressionist and
abstract art. His images echoe
the colorful impressionist art of the
past with a modern interpretation. Don has won many awards in
competition, and has been featured in more than
a dozen solo exhibits, which include The
Springville Museum of Art, Finch
Lane Art Gallery (Art Barn),
Eccles Art Center, Harris Fine
Arts Gallery, Utah Council of
Arts Gallery, and others.
INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION: Don's photography has also been featured in various international publications including, Camera 35, Modern Photography, New Era, and Ensign magazines, and in books: The Amphoto Guide to Low Light Photography written by him, Israel Revealed, and other books on the Holy Land.
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PORTRAITURE: Don's portrait photography is exceptional -- spontaneous and natural. He uses Impressionist techniques to reveal the inner qualities of his subjects. And he will not accept payment unless the portrait is approved.
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ARTIST STATEMENT: Even in my youth I tried to produce artistic photographs, always with the idea that photography is most creative when it adds to the subject rather than just copying it. With the advent of digital imagery, this impressionist attitude can be realized with a mixed-media approach that merges in-camera effects, computer imaging, and printing processes. The infant image may start in the camera, but the final result is a one-of-a-kind original that is produced individually. --- Don O. Thorpe
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Impressionist & Contemporary Photography