Don House and Sabine Schmidt live and work in Hazel Valley, deep in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas.
Sabine Schmidt is an award-winning photographer, writer, and translator from Wiesbaden, Germany. Specializing in color photography, she uses digital and medium-format film cameras. Don House was drawn from Michigan to the rugged isolation and unique character of the Ozarks. For thirty years, he has been photographing the human and natural landscape of the region in powerful, rich black-and-white imagery.
Sabine Schmidt and Don House collaborate on projects of mutual interest, most recently We’re Not Telling You Everything, a photography exhibition about the Wichita Mountains area in southwestern Oklahoma. It premiered in Fayetteville in November 2015 and is traveling to other venues in Arkansas and neighboring states.
We’re Not Telling You Everything was shown at the Argenta Branch Library in North Little Rock and at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute on Petit Jean Mountain in 2017. In 2019, the exhibition traveled to the Wichita Mountains for an exhibition at Cameron University.
Schmidt and House are working on Remote Access, a multi-year photography and writing project about the smallest public libraries in Arkansas that will be presented as a touring exhibition and published as a book through University of Arkansas Press.
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