Photographs by Elliott McDowell.
Artbook Press, 2009. 84 pp., 47 color illustrations, 10x10".
The limited edition book comes boxed with a signed original archival ink print by Elliott McDowell. The edition is limited to 108 copies. Quote from Artbook Press :
We are proud to announce preparation of a new book by the well-known American photographer, Elliott McDowell. Elliott has been devoted to photography since childhood. He studied with Ansel Adams and - in Santa Fe - with William Clift and Laura Gilpin. His black and white images were published in a 1980 book by David R. Godine, Boston, and as posters by Aberbach Fine Art, New York. In recent years McDowell has turned to color digital imaging and photo composites, which will be celebrated in the forthcoming volume. The introduction is by distinguished photography critic and author, Eugenia Parry, who previously has written, 'McDowell is a digital painter, surgical splicer of non-sequiturs. He collects (photographic) bits by the thousands, and like a painter, chooses and arranges them like colors from a palette...plying his enchantments like an alchemist.'