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Name:Arizona: Then and Now
Manufacturer:Westcliffe Publishers
Author:Allen Dutton
Publisher:Westcliffe Publishers
For the past thirty years, Allen Dutton has been exploring the changing faces of Arizona's deserts, highlands, towns and cities through the lens of his camera. Dutton's documentary photographs mirror historic images of the state and depict the effects of growth and development on the landscape since 20th century photographers captured Arizona's beauty on film. Dutton took precise steps to achieve the same angles, perspectives and lighting used in the early photographs he collected. The results reveal the consequences of mankind's efforts to tame the stark desserts and rugged mountains of the American West as well as Mother Nature's ability to rebuild and reclaim her own. They also convey the spirit and lore of Arizona's diverse landscape and people.

Allen Dutton is an Arizona Native and has long been in love with the stark, almost surreal beauty of his home state. He has been called, by the Corcoran Museum of Art's curator Jane Livingston, a tireless observer and recorder of his environment and his work is a testament to his patience and artistry. Dutton's photographic career has ranged from a focus on classic realism to Dali-inspired montages and currently rests in the documentary work he pursues today. He remains one of America's most accomplished photographers.

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