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Dennis Sabo, a Loudon, Tennessee resident, is an internationally honored photographer specializing in contemporary abstract, landscape, and seascape photography. His fine art prints interweave his creative compositional expressions and vivid colors into nature’s greater scheme of things. Dennis has refined the photograph into an interpretive collage of colors, and texture.
His award-winning work has appeared in various publications, television, the Internet and institutions, among them Canon, NOVA, PBS, Living Southern Style, Hilton Hotels, NBC, Ocean Conservancy, Shedd Aquarium-Chicago, and Blue Planet.
His fine art has been included in solo and group gallery exhibitions at the Blowing Rocks Preserve- Hobe Sound, FL., Arts in the Airport Spring 2011/13 Exhibition-Knoxville, the National Juried Exhibition 2011/13- Knoxville, Red Line Gallery-Farragut, TN, the Emporium-Knoxville, Dogwood Regional Fine Art Exhibition 2012, Knoxville, TN, Bliss Home Designs 2013, Tomato Head- Knoxville, TN 2012/13, and ongoing at “The Art Market Gallery”, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Dennis states about his photography, “I often turn to the masters for inspiration, Monet as a painter, and Elliot Porter as a photographer. I challenge myself to capture common subjects that are often overlooked and then refine the photograph into an interpretive collage of color, motion, and textures. With a global community very much focused on environmental impact and fragile ecosystems, my artwork captures natural images and color with a perspective people easily miss. When I capture an image it is my hope that it evokes an emotional experience for the viewer. Perhaps it is how the subject is bathed in light, perhaps it is the lines of the subject that draws you in, or simply it is an image that you enjoy viewing.