MacDonough concentrates on images that have movement in both time and space, and reflections in form and seasons. He tries to lead the viewer to see aspects of beauty that reveal the existence of God, both in nature and in man's rational creativity.
His work has been acquired by the Milwaukee Art Museum, The Bradley Foundation, GE Medical, WE Energies, Harley-Davidson, The Greater Milwaukee Committee, The Milwaukee 7, Miller Brewing, and other institutions and individuals across the United States.
An avid student of photography since he was 11, he first took courses in art and photography while a student at Cornell University. He apprenticed with a mentor in California while in graduate school at Stanford University, then studied photography further at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. His photography continued concurrent with a business career at General Mills, Anheuser-Busch and Miller Brewing Company.
You can correspond with Jack at Jack@MacDonough.net.
Further background on Jack is at: http://onmilwaukee.com/buzz/omcetc/articles/macdonough.html
(Pricing for a large photograph five feet by seven feet is $17,500 framed)
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