About The Artist
Dennis Dunton has utilized a 4x5 view camera and large format black and white film, most commonly known as the Kodak Tri-x, and now utilizes a digital camera. His work is uploaded to his processing computer and finalized in Photoshop, then printed on a Epson 4800 printer on archival Epson photographic paper. All images are mounted on and overmatted with 100% acid free ragboard.
1975-77 Southwest Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
1978-82 Status Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
1983 Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, CA - First place in juried photography contest and gallery installation
1985 Rancho Bernardo Art Show
1986 Laguna Winter Festival of Art
1989-1993 The F-Stops Here Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
1993-1998 Art-A-Fair art festival in Laguna Beach, CA
1998-2001 Left Bank Gallery, Dove Canyon, CA
2000 First place Palos Verdes Art Society juried art competition
2002 & 2003 Huntington Beach Surfside juried fine arts show first prize award for photography 2002
2002 Visions & Light National Juried Fine Art Show Third prize award for photography
1999- (to present) Laguna Beach Festival of Arts juried fine arts show
2004 Featured artist St. Regis Resort Hotel, Monarch Beach, Ca.
2005-06 Exhibited in Beverly Hills Affair-in-the-Park juried art show Dennis L. Dunton
2011-2015 Irvine Studio Art Show
Dennis Dunton taught photography at El Toro High School in Lake Forest, CA from 1973 until retiring in 2003. He has also taught adult education courses in photography.
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My goal is to move away from the traditional west coast style of pristine landscape. I am interested in revealing the influence of the works of man on the natural world. I hope to provide a point of view which is unique, but still honors the photographers who preceded me and helped illuminate my path.