November 10-December 23, 2016
“My images are of common objects and creatures that I come across in the natural world around me. I strive to focus in on them with a clear eye and without preconception, as if I’m seeing them for the first time. Using various photographic processes, I aim to present them in a way that allows the viewer to experience the same sense of discovery. I believe photographs have the power to remind us that the everyday world, that we tend to take for granted, is full of strange and fleeting beauty.” – David Johndrow
In 2004, David began combining his interests in gardening and photography to create his ongoing series of macro nature photographs. To realize his vision, he prints with silver gelatin, platinum/palladium, gum bichromate and gumoil. His work has been included in many exhibitions in the United States, international publications and are part of the Wittliff Collection of Southwestern and Mexican Photography, as well as in many private collections.
2832 E MLK Jr Blvd #107 Austin TX 78702 Located in the Flatbed Building • 512-294-9550 phone • firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours During Exhibitions: Wed-Fri 10am-5pm • Sat 12-5pm • and by appointment