Dennis Sabo is an internationally award winning photographer specializing in contemporary fine art abstract, landscape, and seascape photography. His fine art prints interweave his creative compositional expressions and vivid colors into nature’s greater scheme of things. Dennis has refined the photograph into an interpretive collage of colors, and texture.
Dennis’s photography has appeared in a variety of books and magazines for clients that include MSNBC, NOVA, NASA, Canon, Hilton Hotels, Living Southern Style, Forbes, National Geographic Kids, Ocean Conservancy, Shed Aquarium-Chicago, Reef Horizons, Best Dives of the Caribbean, and NBC.
His art has been included in gallery exhibitions at the Blowing Rocks Preserve-Hobe Sound, FL., Brevard Community College-Cocoa,FL, the Emporium Gallery-Knoxville,TN, Arts in the Airport Spring Exhibition 2011/13-Knoxville,TN, the National Juried Exhibition 2012/13-Knoxville,TN, the Red Line Gallery-Farragut,TN, the Dogwood Regional Fine Art Exhibition-Knoxville,TN, Bliss Home Designs, and now ongoing at the Art Market Gallery-Knoxville,TN.
I challenge myself to capture common subjects that are often overlooked and then refine the photograph into an impressionistic piece of art; an interpretive collage of colors, motion, and textures. When I capture an image it is my hope that it evokes an emotional experience for the viewer. Perhaps it is how the subject is bathed in light, perhaps it is the lines of the subject, the colors, or simply it is an image that you enjoy viewing. With a global community very much focused on environmental impact and fragile ecosystems, my artwork captures natural images and color with a perspective people easily miss but appreciate when presented to them. A tee shirt in a resort town had a great verse on it which read; “Life is not measured by how many breaths you take but by how many times it is taken away.” I couldn’t agree more.
Dennis's passion for natural beauty and environmental conservation is only tempered by his love of sharing and teaching other photographers. He currently resides with his wife, Karen in Loudon, TN.