David Yarrow

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David Yarrow at Sorrel Sky Gallery

Renowned fine art photographer David Yarrow was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1966. A former photographer for The London Times, he’s known for his striking, monochromatic imagery of wildlife, places, and people. His photographs are large scale, which creates an immersive experience for the viewer. Working with a team of collaborators, he puts in countless hours of research for his location shoots, building relationships with international figures to gain access to remote and sometimes dangerous areas. Images from his new series, Wild West, feature the historic Diamond Belle Saloon in Durango, Colorado, and the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. His technical mastery of craft is reflected in the bold imagery, which is presented in stunning detail. Yarrow joins Sorrel Sky Gallery as its latest represented artist. Selections from his Wildlife and Wild West series are available at the gallery’s Durango location (828 Main Ave., 970-247-3555) and online.
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The Immersive Photography of David Yarrow

Durango — shot at the Diamond Belle Saloon, Durango, Colorado, USA. We’re pleased to announce the representation of David Yarrow. Known for his oversized, monochromatic. images, David’s approach is as immersive as it can be. Both his Wild West and Wildlife series are now available in person at Sorrel Sky Durango and at SorrelSky.com. Several of his new pieces were shot in Durango at the historic Diamond Bell Salon and with the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
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David Yarrow Accused of Feeding Fox for Photo, Denies Wrongdoing

Renowned wildlife photographer David Yarrow has found himself at the center of a new controversy this month after another photographer levied claims that she witnessed his crew feeding and enticing wild foxes in a National Park while Yarrow photographed them. Jackson, Wyoming-based photographer Tiffany Taxis says she was in Grand...