Fine art photographer Keith Dotson announces that four of his images have been selected for the decor of Austin's new high-rise, The Independent (affectionately nicknamed the Jenga Tower)
The selected photographs represent abstractions from nature, focused on patterns and textures.
Now open, The Independent is the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi. It's already 80% under contract. If you're interested, units range from $400K to $3.5M.
The art purchase deal was brokered by the talented art consultants at Austin-based Art+Artisans.
My photographs seen in Austin's local news
Local media outlets have been eager to tour the swanky new tower. My work was seen in several Austin news broadcasts, including this one from Fox 7 news.
"Austin then and now: A look inside The Independent," broadcast on Austin's Fox 7 news on August 28, 2019. My work can be seen on the wall at left.
Below, my work can also be seen in this photograph on the official Facebook page of The Independent.
My photographs can be seen on the left wall in this Facebook posting by The Independent.
The photographs selected by The Independent
Milkweed Seeds: Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Click to buy a photograph.
Staples on a Telephone Pole, black and white photograph by Keith Dotson.
Swirling Woodgrain on a Fallen Tree in Montana that resembles Van Gogh's "Starry Night," black and white photograph by Keith Dotson.
American Lotus Seed Pod, black and white photograph by Keith Dotson.
The Independent was designed by Rhode: Partners. Architectural rendering by Neezo Renders.
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