|The Diverse Landscape of Lofoten, Norway, With Dan Anderson||September 15th, 2018|
|The Diverse Landscape of Lofoten, Norway||September 23rd, 2018|
Daniel Anderson is a photographer whose ongoing personal work is primarily dedicated to the landscape in its many forms. For years he used an 8 x 10 view camera to create black and white images of exquisite artistry and sensitivity. Over a decade ago he began the transition to high resolution digital cameras and has added color prints to his ongoing body of work in black and white.
He has photographed widely in Wisconsin's Door County, the American west, England, Scotland, Iceland, Ireland, Greece, Italy and most recently in Antarctica. His work is primarily concerned with the natural scene and his camera has captured both the high drama of storms and vast panoramas as well as the delicacy of intimate details. His work also includes a series of images of Cathedrals and Abbeys, Door County barn interiors, Greek architecture and a multi year project of a single Door County farm.
His work has been widely exhibited throughout the United States and Europe, both in numerous one-man exhibitions and group shows. His work is included in many public and private collections. He currently has gallery representation in Chicago, Illinois, Ellison Bay and Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Mr. Anderson has studied with Ansel Adams and other contemporary masters of photography. He has been an active teacher in photography, participating in many workshops throughout the United States. He has been the founder and director of the Door County Creative Photography Workshops in Wisconsin, and is on the staff of the Door County Peninsula Art School. He is also a consultant to several photographic paper companies.
Dan was very helpful in photography and more, I learned a lot from the experience with him and from the other participants. Dan was also very gracious in responding to my many emails about photo equipmentJ. Meznarich
This tour was so personal and so well organized, that it seemed like traveling with a group of seasoned-traveler friends. There was no perception of being herded from site to site as with so many tours, yet all the activities and opportunities one could possibly imagine appeared as if by magic. Jacque and Dan seemd to be just part of the group, but it was amazing to realize how much planning and effort went into each and every hour.A. Waitkus
Dan made himself available to everyone based on their own needs. I wanted to let you know what a fantastic time I had with Dan and your tour group. All of the information I received from Strabo prepared me well for the experience I have nothing but compliments for all the coordination you did to make everything flow smoothly.D. Pollack