Everts Township Schoolhouse, Summer, 1992
Fabulous American landscape photography of a rural landscape scene.
from small hand signed edition of 20
Large Format Chromogenic print on Kodak Professional Paper
The sheets are approximately 30 X 56 inches
the images are around 16 X 48.25 inches
Some of them are cut a bit irregularly, they should all mat out fine for framing.
These are vintage large-format architectural chromogenic print photographs hand signed and dated and hand numbered from the edition of 20 in the lower margin.
The collection depicts attractive examples of Mackenzie's wide-lens studies of architecture, such as barns, farms, school buildings and abandoned houses, set into richly colored landscapes.
Maxwell MacKenzie is an award-winning professional and fine-art photographer based in Washington, DC and Minnesota. Over the past thirty-five years, his photographic assignments have taken him to 20 states and a dozen foreign countries, including Austria, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Brazil, Brussels, England, France, Greece, Morocco, Norway, Sweden, and Wales.
Three books of Mackenzie's fine-art photographs have been published: Abandonings, (1995), color panoramic photographs of his native Otter Tail County, MN, which was awarded the Silver Medal Award for Excellence from Photo District News; American Ruins, Ghosts on the Landscape, (2001) black & white panoramics made in Montana, Idaho, Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Dakotas; and Markings, (2007), color abstract aerials made from his self-piloted, powered-parachute, a 300 pound, ultra-light aircraft.
MacKenzie’s work is included in the permanent collection of The Phillips Collection as well as hundreds of private and corporate collections, including Exxon, Citibank, Deloitte & Touche, Dow Jones, Fannie Mae, The New York Hospital, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, the Union Bank of Switzerland, Phillip Morris, and the Washington Post. His fine-art photographs of the American West are also included in numerous American Embassy collections including Bogota, Lima, Lagos, and Moscow.
His work has been exhibited in dozens of museums and galleries all over the country, including solo shows at The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach; The American Institute of Architects, DC; The Nordic Heritage Museum, in Seattle, WA; The Piedmont Arts Association, Martinsville, VA; the Julie Saul Gallery in NYC, the DNJ Gallery in LA; The Gallatin River Gallery, in Big Sky, MT; Anne Reed Gallery in Sun Valley, ID; The International Photography Hall of Fame, in Oklahoma, City; the Bivins Gallery at Duke University, NC; the University of Minnesota – Morris; the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center, MN; The Virginia Foundation for Architecture, Richmond, and the Addison-Ripley Gallery in DC.
Mr. MacKenzie attended the University of Pennsylvania, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a dual major in Architecture and Photography from Bennington College, Vermont, with advanced study in photography at the Corcoran College of Art + Design as well as the Maine and Santa Fe Photo Workshops.
MacKenzie received a $ 10,000 Grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts in support of his “TOBACCO” Project, which was exhibited at the National Headquarters of the American Institute of Architects in 2003. He has also been awarded Artist Fellowship Grants from the DC Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and, in 1995, MacKenzie was named the Candace DeVries Olesen Alumni Fellow at Bennington, and delivered an illustrated all-college lecture entitled: "Art and Commerce: Balancing Two Worlds.” In 2010, he was awarded a one-month artist residency at the Vermont Studio Center.
Mr MacKenzie has taught one-week workshops and assorted master classes at The International Center of Photography in New York, The Palm Beach Photo Workshops, The Horizon Photo Workshop, and at Bennington College in Vermont. He has presented illustrated lectures at numerous institutions including The Corcoran College of Art + Design, and The American Architectural Foundation; the ASMP National Biennial Conference in San Diego; The AIA National Convention in New Orleans; The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, in Virginia Beach; The World Bank/International Monetary Fund, in DC; The International Photography Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City; Catholic University, Washington, D.C., and served as a guest artist at the Jay Maisel Workshop in New York. He did post-graduate work at the Corcoran Gallery School of Art, and studied with two of the best practitioners in his field: Peter Aaron of ESTO Photographics at the Maine Photographic Workshop, and Nick Merrick of Hedrich Blessing at the Santa Fe Photo Workshop.
MacKenzie himself has taught week-long master classes at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, Montgomery College, Maryland, and recently taught a workshop at the International Center of Photography in NY entitled: "The Poetry of Places, Exploring the Beauty of the Man-Made". He has received individual artist grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts, and the DC Commission on the Arts. MacKenzie is the author of 3 books of large scale panoramic and aerial fine-art photography (at the juncture between Bernd Becher and Hilla Becher and Peter Lik). and has been widely exhibited in galleries and museums nationwide. His photographs can be seen in numerous private, corporate, and institutional collections, including the permanent collections of the American Embassies in Bogota, Columbia; Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire; Conakry, Guinea; Moscow, Russia; Kathmandu, Nepal; Dushanbe, Tajikistan; & Lima, Peru.
MacKenzie's commercial work has been published in brochures, books and magazines worldwide, including over 500 covers, a sampling of which is shown elsewhere on this site. He is highly regarded for his exquisitely orderly, precise, and balanced compositions, and for the artful sensitivity and subtlety of his lighting. Continually in demand, MacKenzie's work has taken him throughout the United States, and overseas to Austria, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Brazil, England, France, the Galapagos, Germany, Greece, Italy, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland & Wales.
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Adamstein & Demetriou
Chermayeff & Geismar
Covington & Burling
Cunningham + Quill Architects
Donald Lococo Architects
Forbes / FYI Magazine
Group Goetz Architects
Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect
Hickok Warner Cole Architects
Home & Design Magazine
Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Michael Graves Architect
National Building Museum
Nat. Museum of the American Indian
Shalom Baranes Associates