Featured Artist Dennis Sabo

Artist Dennis Sabo’s stunning photography of the natural world captures light and its effect on the landscape. Visit his website to see more of incredible imagery.

 

abstract, impressionistic Palouse landscape photography by Dennis Sabo

“Here comes the Sun” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

My fine art has been included in solo and group gallery exhibitions, commercial installations and private home collections throughout the United States and internationally, and also in books, magazines, and in multimedia worldwide including NOVA, PBS, National Geographic, Canon U.S.A., Inc., Portfolio Magazine Florida, and Blue Planet.

 

abstract impressionistic photography of water by Dennis Sabo

“Water by Monet” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

To appreciate my current Photographic artwork a little background information first is in order.

 

abstract impressionistic photograph of water lilies by Dennis Sabo

“Monet Lilies” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

I turned my interest towards the ocean, marine sciences and scuba diving while attending Florida Tech—and underwater photography became my passion. I started my own scuba diving marketing company and honed my compositional and creative photographic skills while working as an underwater assignment photographer shooting for a variety of scuba related magazines.

My photography career progressed from there shooting various assignments for major newspapers and entities like NASA.

 

abstract impressionistic photography of a tarn by Dennis Sabo

“Tarn Dreams” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

A trip to Africa in 2004 rekindled my passion for photographing landscapes and nature abstracts. My introduction into abstract nature photography happened unintentionally. I was in Botswana during the springtime floodwaters of the Okavango Delta. Incredible water clarity and plant life in a dazzling array of colors allowed me to experiment with various in-camera techniques to capture the spectacular African abstracts.

 

abstract impressionistic landscape photography of hills by Dennis Sabo

“Hillside Blues” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

Today I am known more for my fine art abstract photography. Light, color and shapes play pivotal roles in my photography as does the actual medium I have chosen most often to display my work—metal prints.

 

abstract impressionistic photography of a pond by Dennis Sabo

“A Pond Kaleidoscope” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

Most of my nature imagery is a microcosm of a subject—collectors anywhere in the world can relate to the image. My interest is in the natural details; how the environment on a particular day, in a particular light, and at a particular moment in time correlates to my personal vision and interpretation.

 

abstract impressionistic nature photography of a pond by Dennis Sabo

“Monet’s Dream” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

Folks often say my painterly and emotionally charged photographs are reminiscent of the best works of art by the legendary Impressionists as they capture light and its effect on the landscape with a contemporary vibrancy and energy.

 

abstract impressionistic nature photography of water by Dennis Sabo

“The Ripple Effect” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

When art collectors and buyers see my work, they do not see a photograph, they see an interpretive collage of colors, patterns and textures that are showcased; transforming the photograph into an emotional experience.

 

abstract impressionistic nature photography of a waterscape in Tennessee by Dennis Sabo

“Tennessee Surf” photography, printed on different mediums in various sizes

 

While nature is at the forefront in all my photography, I intentionally convey and display my natural world abstracts and landscapes so that photography is looked at and worked as a medium different from the usual. I continually work at transforming an image into something the viewer can connect with emotionally.

 

artist Dennis Sabo

Artist Dennis Sabo

 

It is my hope that the Sabo artwork that a collector enjoys today is enjoyed as much ten years from now. If that occurs, I’ve done my job.

 

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