Mark Dahle Portfolios can be read in a few minutes and then enjoyed for a lifetime. Thought-provoking and beautiful, they feature an unusual combination of compelling photographs, brilliant paintings and deceptively simple text.
This portfolio includes:
- a colorful abstract painting
- 111 beautiful photos of telephone poles in Mark Dahle's Endangered Photos series
- a short description of the Endangered Photos project
From the portfolio:
Mark Dahle's Endangered Photos are unique, one-of-a-kind fine art photographs. Featuring several series of objects that people might otherwise overlook, these compelling photographs encourage us to take another look at the beautiful world around us.
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|Publisher:||Mark Dahle Portfolios|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.14(d)|
About the Author
Mark Dahle grew up in a town in Southeast Alaska where it rains 150 inches a year. After 18 years, he finally decided to dry out and started moving south.
Mark started painting in 1989. He has had five one-person shows: two in Chicago and one each in Portland, OR; San Diego, CA; and Escanaba, MI. Mark owned an art gallery in La Jolla, California for 2 1/2 years before moving his gallery to the web. You can see it at MarkDahle.com.
Mark currently lives in San Diego. His portfolios include stories for young kids and adults (like When The Trolls Moved and Amanda Gets A Pumpkin), stories for older kids and adults (like Fables About Aesop, Present Divestment, and Terminal Three) and commentaries for adults (like One Day's Encouragement).
Mark has been falling down the coast most of his life. He's now a few miles from the border, and he hopes he has the brakes on.