The Dauber Gallery


Mark Dauber

Mark Dauber is a fine art photographer born in Birmingham, Alabama.  He has had numerous exhibits throughout the United States, and his work is included in various private and institutional collections.  Mark has led his own workshops in various international locations, including Guatemala.   In 1991, he produced the architectural photography for the highly praised exhibit and catalogue, “Palladio In Alabama”.  Mark’s work is primarily influenced by his friend and teacher, Paul Caponigro, universally regarded as one of the great masters of fine art photography.  Mark has served as a teaching and darkroom assistant to Mr. Caponigro both in Ireland and in Maine in the acclaimed Maine Photographic Workshops, and now is teaching workshops at The Dauber Gallery and elsewhere.

 Mark’s first private show was in his hometown’s new Birmingham Public Library Gallery in 1986. He was selected to produce the inaugural exhibit and garnered high praise from Birmingham News art critic James R. Nelson, who wrote, “With exquisite clarity and sensitivity to nature as his subject, Mark Dauber captures the essence of what he sees”.

Mr. Dauber currently lives with his wife Margaret on a farm in Pintlala, Alabama.  He can be contacted by email at, or at 334 538 4677.  You can view some of his work at his Montgomery gallery, The Dauber Gallery

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