|Pat Morrissey Information|
|Pat Morrissey, Okanogan, Wash., is a practicing attorney who, when he finds time, is a large-format, black-and-white landscape photographer. He possesses an exceptional eye for historical viewing of a scene and firm control in the darkroom over his selenium-toned, archivally processed black-and-white prints from 8x10 to 16x20.
Morrissey is best known for his studies of Anasazi ruins in the "Four Corners" section of the United States - where Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico join.
But he's also roamed close to home in Okanogan County and far afield, including trips to Ireland and the Oregon coast.
Morrissey shows his work at the Omak Western and Native Art Show the second weekend of August in Omak, Wash., and at Sun Mountain Lodge near Winthrop, Wash.
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