Jul 14, 2016

dennis barloga prints

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Dennis Barloga’s experience with photography began in 1966, when, as a Peace Corps member, he received the gift of a camera to document his time in the Polynesian islands of Tonga. He was immediately fascinated by the challenge.

Upon his return to the United States, he began to study commercial photography at San Francisco City College. Even before his studies were over he was offered freelance commercial work in news, public relations and portraiture. Although his successes quickly mounted, so did a sense of something lacking.

In 1973 Barloga turned toward quieter, more expressive, non-commercial work. His new approach, concerned mostly with nature’s moods, colors, designs, and forms, formed a body of work which is now collected on five continents and throughout the United States, and has appeared nationally in books, magazines and calendars. (Dennis Barloga)

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