Don R. Fitzpatrick is a fine art photographer and image maker from Zionsville, Indiana, U.S.A. Fitzpatrick graduated Brebeuf Preparatory School, Indianapolis, and holds a B.S. from Ball State University, where he studied film history and theory, photography, cinematography, and videography. Fitzpatrick also earned an M.S in electronic arts and speech communication from the Jordan College of Fine Arts, Butler Unive.rsity.
“Evadene Goes To India” is a remix series by Don R. Fitzpatrick that appropriates vintage photographs taken by his mother, Evadene, during her trip to India, Tibet, and Nepal in 1980. When Evadene passed away in 2008, she left behind thousands of 35 mm slides taken during her world travels. Few of us will be able to retrace her journeys, and most of her family were too young at the time to hear about them firsthand. Since her death, Don has served as curator of these memories, taking it upon himself to share artifacts, photos, and other mementos of her travels with members of the family. By remixing her images into the dreamscapes and personal visions that reflect his interpretation of the scenes, he explores her memories more deeply, establishes new connections, and transforms them into personal narratives
Notecards from $4.00-$7.00
Canvasses $$75 – $800
Framed archival prints $40 – $2,200
Aluminum Dibond white or brushed $1100 – $5000
Brown Twp. School Brownsburg
Brebeuf Preparatory School
Ball State University B.S.
Butler University M.S.
Stutz Artist Association
Zionsville United Methodist Church
2016-2017 High Art Billboard Recipient one of ten others
Arts Council of Indianapolis
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