Eric Oxendorf
Photography, United States
 
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Contact details
PO Box 510347
Milwaukee
Wisconsin
Tel: 01-414 397-9840
Brief Summary
After a degree in Fine Art, a stint assisting Ansel Adams and Paul Caponigro Sr., Eric has enjoyed working with many world-wide clients and recently sold a complete collection of his Domes prints to a large corporate concern in Denver, Colorado.  His assignments have taken him throughout the world photographing unique, historical and trend-setting architecture.  He has taught numerous workshops, with the next one being planned in Costa Rica.
Clients
Many of my clients prefer to remain anonymous, and I respect their confidentiality.  However, a short client list includes Yamaha, 20th Century Fox, Johnson Controls, Cessna Aircraft, Anhauser-Busch, AFLAC, Harmon-Kardon, Citi Real Estate Group, Eastdil, Fuji Photo, Hasselblad and numerous governmental agencies
Professional Experience

Professional
 Location photographer specializes in architectural photography, as well as industrial, aerial and panoramic photography. 
 Professional photographer for over thirty six years
 Exhibiting artist

Education
 Layton School of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 Fine Art Degree 1974
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Peck School of Fine Arts

 Studied with Ansel Adams and Paul Caponigro
 Yosemite, California, 1979

 Studied with Ruth Bernhard and Henry Gilpin
 Carmel, California, 1980

 Ongoing artistic, professional and business seminars and workshops as an attendee and lecturer

Exhibitions-
 Hall of the States, Washington, D.C.
 One-man show, December 2004

 NCSL Gallery/Collection, Denver, Colorado
 November 2003

 Cardinal Stritch Colloge, Fox Point, Wisconsin
Group show, 1997

National Building Museum, Washington, D.C.
One-man show, June-September 1995

Layton Gallery, Cardinal Stritch College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
November, 1992

Kenosha Museum of Art, Kenosha, Wisconsin
One-man show, May 1989

Cudahy Gallery, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Selected work, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991

University of Wisconsin-Platteville, Platteville, Wisconsin
One-man show, February, 1985

Ozaukee County Art Center, Cedarburg, Wisconsin
November, 1984

Alverno College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
One-man show, November, 1981

Wustum Museum of fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Photography, February, 1981

Polish Museum of America, Chicago, Illinois May 1980

Plaza Gallery, Marine Bank, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
One-man show, December, 1979

Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii
One-man show, February, 1979 (three prints in permanent collection)

Eau Claire Library, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
One-man show, November, 1977

Beverly Art Center, Chicago, Illinois
One-man show, April 1977

Broadway Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
September 1976

Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
January, 1976 (two prints in permanent collection)

Paine Art Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
October, 1976

Other Related Information
Numerous prints of artwork in major corporate collections
All work processed matted and mounted, either color or black and white

Personal-

Born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Private Pilot, Instruments. High Performance rating.

Personal Statement

Eric Oxendorf is a nationally-known architectural photographer. Over thirty years of experience provides clients with his knowledge of light and how to capture it on either film or digital formats. Former Kodak test photographer.

There are several reasons for his reputation for spectacular photographs. He is patient, waiting for the elements of light and nature to be in sync before taking the photograph. He is visionary, looking for the unique angles and characteristics of a building which will create a dramatic image.

He relies on and follows his instincts, and acts on his emotional and educated impulses. His self-motivation makes him very productive and insightful. The focus of his work is to make a poetic statement of the projects he is commissioned to photograph. 
Awards and Recognition
Recently published "The Milwaukee City Hall-An American Architectural Masterpiece of the German Renaissance Style".  Also published in "The Art of Seeing", "Domes of America", "Live/Work", "Mary Nohl-Inside and Out", and several children's books.  Contact the photographer.
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