David Underwood • Fine Art Photography & Mixed-Media Artworks
 
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PORTFOLIOS:
Image/Text, 36-inch Squares
(78 Images)
Image/Text, 20-inch Squares
(30 Images)
Stapled 30-inch Square Composite Photographs
(49 Images)
Composite Color & Mixed Media Photographs
(23 Images)
Composite Cyanotypes and B&W Photographs
(22 Images)
Drawings, Paintings, Sculptures, and Stuff
(32 Images)
In Museum Collections
(20 Images)


Hello, and welcome to Underwood Artworks.


I have constructed this web site as a set of portfolios that can introduce viewers (like you) to my work. I've been an artist for 30+ years, and I continue to evolve and make new work. Please click on the Portfolio links on the left of this page to have a look at some of my varied series of artworks. I make mixed-media artworks, composite photographs, drawings, and collages/assemblages. A lot of my work involves incorporating my own original photographs into mixed-media artworks or montage/composite photographs, with the intent of expanding the use of "the still photograph" as an instigator of meaning and as a facilitor of aesthetic and contextual possibilities. Thanks for having a look at some of my work.


Pictured here on this front page is a detail view of a recent work included in the "Image/Text, 20-inch squares" portfolio on this web site. This artwork will be on display in November 2017, in the national, juried exhibition, "Is Photography Enough," held in conjunction with the 2017 regional conference of the Northeast Chapter of the Society for Photographic Education, at 118 Elliot (gallery), Brattleboro, Vermont. This is a group exhibition of photographic and mixed-media work expanding the language of still photography. See details of this exhibition in the "News" section of this web site.
 

I am the editor (and publisher) of an anthology photography book which was released from Sapling Grove Press in June, 2015. Take a look at the diverse, innovative, and progressive work in our book, RICH COMMUNITY: AN ANTHOLOGY OF APPALACHIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS, which includes previously unpublished work from 82 contemporary Appalachian photographers. You may be surprised by the diversity and complexity of the work included in this important book.

 

 

   
 

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