(Photo credit: Intertidal by Steen Doessing)
(Photo credit: Stag Rock Study 4 (Black Water) by Steen Doessing)
Using long exposures, sometimes hours, I’m capturing a slow-motion sequence of seemingly infinite movements and changes surrounding static objects and letting these elements blend into a single visual plane.
Born and raised in Denmark, Steen Doessing is a black-and-white landscape photographer. His photographs Intertidal and Stag Rock Study 4 (Black Water) were featured in the “Art in Nature” exhibition. Intertidal was awarded the ASC Award. Most of his photographs include water because, for Doessing, water represents “life and the equanimity and power of nature.”
More of Steen’s work can be found at www.steendoessing.com
(Photo credit: (untitled) Desert 60 by David Zimmerman)
Juror’s Selection: David Zimmerman
Selected for two exhibitions at the Center in 2009, David Zimmerman’s large-scale prints were chosen for awards in both shows. His image, (untitled) Desert 60 from his “Desert” series, was selected for both the Juror’s Selection and the Director’s Selection in the Center’s “Art in Nature” exhibition. (Refer to the previous post of the juror’s statement to read Kathy Moran’s words about the image.) Zimmerman was also featured in the Center’s “Works of Man” exhibition (juried by Chris Jordan) for his photographs (untitled) chair, (untitled) building, and (untitled) trailer from his “Salton Sea” project. The image (untitled) chair received the Director’s Selection for that show.
(Photo Credit: (untitled) Chair by David Zimmerman)
(Photo Credit: (untitled) Trailer by David Zimmerman)
(Photo Credit: (untitled) Building by David Zimmerman)
More of David’s work can be found at www.davidzimmerman.com