John Domont

John J Domont, an Indiana native, is a multifaceted fine-artist. He began his career as a fine art photographer focused on a decisive moment and pursuing the magic of light. In his late 20s, John worked exclusively for conservation groups photographing threatened habitats and endangered species around the world. He photographed so many different mammals in water habitats that water itself became the primary focus for his artistic endeavors. In the process of abstracting the qualities of water, he began to experience a relationship with painting. By 1983, painting had become the primary focus of his work.

Domont continues to work in photography and painting as well as print and the written word. His works are contemporary pieces with an emphasis on the unity of the seen and unseen. His inspirations range from the beauty of nature to the quiet and serene mystery of the internal landscape. Domont’s work is seen in the collections of the Indiana State Museum, Swope Museum, Peyton and Ashley Manning, Riley Hospital for Children, Community Hospital North and East, various United States Embassies, and countless other private and public clients.