Dominic Rouse
Roi-Et, Thailand

Dominic Rouse began his career as a photojournalist before making fine art. He strives to use digital technologies and traditional photographic processes to “produce seamless transitions between the world of contemporary digital art and the timeless qualities of black and white photography.” When he’s not making art, he enjoys spending time with his four-year-old daughter who makes him laugh at least once a day. Dominic currently lives in Thailand.

Artist and Customer Comments

Dominic Rouse 11/8/2014 | 4:43 PM

Hi Ron, many thanks for your message. Peruse away! If I can be of any help please do get back to me. Kindest, Dominic

R James 11/7/2014 | 7:23 PM

Dominic It is not often that I am impressed, but your work is amazing and I am looking to purchase 1 or 2 of your pieces...I am still considering which one/s. Ron

Dominic Rouse 11/14/2013 | 9:51 PM

A new and lengthy interview has just been published in 'Monochrome' the second issue of 43mm Magazine. There is also a substantial folio of my images illustrating the article.

Dominic Rouse 10/27/2013 | 11:38 PM

Extended Realities - The Language of Photomontage Rowan University Art Gallery October 14 to November 16, 2013 Curated by Stephen Perloff, editor of Photo Review magazine, "Extended Realities: The Language of Photomontage" includes approximately 40 images representing work by modern photomontage pioneers Jerry Uelsmann and Duane Michals, and contemporary artists from Maggie Taylor and Joe Mills to Fran Forman and Frank Rodick. Paul Cava, Francesca Danieli, Catherine Jansen and Dominic Rouse are also featured. "From its earliest years, photographers have sought to overcome the limitations of making images from a single exposure, to adapt the picture-making strategies of printmaking, drawing, and painting, and to claim an equal place for photography among the fine arts," (Curator's notes)

Hand Drawn

Photography on paper
Signed on front

12" h x 15" w 
0 lbs. 4 oz.


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"Art is the antidote to the human condition." The noted Dutch artist M C Escher, renowned for his remarkable creation and control of false planes and perspectives, has been a fertile source of inspiration for many years. This image was made shortly after I finished art school and was achieved without the aid of computer retouching. It was captured on a single piece of 10" x 8" transparency material using masks made of black card positioned in front of and behind the camera's lens and acetate masks at the film plane. This is a 15" x 12" chromogenic print on Fuji's beautiful Crystal Archive Semi-Matt paper. The image area is 13" x 10" allowing for a 1" white border on all four sides of the image. The edition is limited to 250 individually signed and numbered prints and an embossed Certificate of Print Authenticity is also included. This image is available in print sizes up to 30" x 20". Please contact UGallery for more details. Your print ships rolled in a sturdy 'crush-proof' PVC tube using EMS expedited mail with tracking.


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