Photography by Ian L. Sitren

Art Patron – The Magazine

I now have copies of Art Patron Magazine where myself and my two photography excursion buddies are featured. A multiple page story with my photograph from the interior of the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley as the opening spread. Thanks!

Art Patron Magazine promotes the arts, artists, and cultural tourism in Laguna Beach and Palm Springs and reaches 100,000 readers each issue. Available in art galleries, museums and magazine stands. Read this issue online at http://bit.ly/31xlUPs

“Bringing the Past into the Present”

“Three Contemporary Photographers”

 

… a collaboration of Palm Springs-based photographers Dennis Johnson, Hunter Johnson and Ian L. Sitren, represents a contemporary approach to capturing the allure of the desert environment and the remnants of days gone by. The three are following in the footsteps of such illustrious predecessors as Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Edward Curtis and master of railroad photography Richard Steinheimer.

Ian, the catalyst for the start of the collaboration in 2014, was scouting locations for bodybuilding and model shoots at the Salton Sea and invited Dennis to tag along. Both men, it seems, had been taking photographs around California from the Mexican border to Joshua Tree National Park. Hunter joined when he realized that he, too, shared their interest in exploring the unusual and extraordinary out-of-the way places in the Mojave Desert and beyond—up and down Highway 66, around the Salton Sea and into Death Valley.

  • Art Patron Magazine – Summer 2019
  • Story by Barbara Gothard

 

2 responses

  1. Nice! I just noticed Roy’s fly by. Is the background Zabrisky Point?

    October 4, 2019 at 11:21 pm

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