Garbage, Debris and Space — Part 2 — By Mark Eaton

I’ve a few ongoing photographic series that feature my love for working with water and the sea. As a result of my traveling around the world in the pursuit of composing and collaborating art, I’ve started another water themed series that highlights the debris, garbage, and damage associated with water. That which is caused by man and that which is caused by nature is a part of this specific series.

The following photographs of mine show a small fraction of what is becoming a work of great depth.

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Typhoon’s Waste at 남열 바닷가

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Large Float at 나로도바닷가

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Asunder at 옥룡 계곡

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Tunnel and Chair: 용수천, 용수동

© 2011 Mark Eaton

After Clean-up at 남열 바닷가

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Line and Post at 나로도 바닷가

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Incognito at 용수천, 용수동

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Target Missed at 남열 바닷가

© 2011 Mark Eaton

In a Line at 나로도 바닷가

© 2011 Mark Eaton

Reservoir’s Protector in 순천시

Main photograph at the head of this article:


© 2011 Mark Eaton

All photographs in this article:  © Mark Eaton

I’ve been fortunate to have worked with more than a few Korean figure models and foreign figure models in South Korea.  While professional, each has collaborated with a creative and artistic flair to assist in creating something worthwhile and lasting.

Please contact me if interested in modeling and/or purchasing any of my work for private or public display.  I also do work by commission.

My photography can be viewed on my website: Mark Eaton Photography

I am a member of the International Artists Community, which is based in Seoul, South Korea.  See some more of my work and the work of the other artists at IAC:  International Artists Community

In addition, I’m a member of the Gwangju Artists Collective.  GAC was kind enough to create a site that features some of my work and a short profile: Mark Eaton at GAC

My email:

2 Responses to “Garbage, Debris and Space — Part 2 — By Mark Eaton”
  1. koreamaria says:

    Another fabulous show. I especially find myself drawn to garbage in Korea. Witnessing it creates in me a powerful meditation on what it is to be human and what it means to be part of the natural world. Thank you for sharing.

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