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Margaret Waage Presentation

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Margaret Waage
digital and photographic art

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Margaret Waage Presentation

  1. 1. THE WORLD OF MARGARET WAAGE PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DIGITAL FINE ART
  2. 2. APPLE
  3. 3. OVERLAP
  4. 4. CALA LILLY
  5. 5. FISHTAIL
  6. 6. DELICATE
  7. 7. NEW YORK ORANGE
  8. 8. GEEK
  9. 9. RED VINE
  10. 10. MATTATUCK VIEW
  11. 11. SUSPEND
  12. 12. GLOW
  13. 13. ENERGETIC
  14. 14. FIREBALL
  15. 15. VINTAGE
  16. 16. WHIRLY
  17. 17. FEATHER
  18. 18. CALLA LILLY
  19. 19. PURPLE LEAF
  20. 20. RANUCULUS
  21. 21. NEW YORK YELLOW
  22. 22. CALLOGRAM
  23. 23. UNTITLED
  24. 24. VICTORIAN
  25. 25. ROSE WIDE
  26. 26. TULIP DROPS
  27. 27. TILE
  28. 28. PEONY
  29. 29. BEIGE FLEET
  30. 30. BLOOM
  31. 31. ROCK DIGITAL
  32. 32. FALL DOGWOOD
  33. 33. TWO
  34. 34. Art work inspiration comes from photography. Sometimes an image has a great color palette and working with programs suchas Adobe PhotoShop I use editing tools to enhance a line or pattern. That process of tweaking is an integral creative processbecause it employs the source file as a starting point and allows me to play with shapes, lines and color to form a finished imagethat is unique. The abstract image is completed when the results of color correction, transforming and digital painting changethe straight photo to something other that what it appeared to be. I like abstractions because they remind me of dreams. Theycant really be defined because every viewer will have their own interpretation. Flora photography has always been a source of inspiration. When I photograph a living thing I like to think Im capturing theessence of it. How light reflects off a petal or how a line shows geometry. Through photography I appreciate all things aroundme living and inanimate. Everything occupies space and while some things represent static and others are living each thing isworth noting for itself. I like to imagine the hands that may have constructed something inanimate and ferret out the life thatwent on before me. Margaret  EMAIL THE ARTIST: MARGARETWAAGE@HOTMAIL.COM HTTP://MARGARETWAAGE.COM/
  35. 35. HTTP://TRANSMEDIARTISTMARKETING.ORG/WORDPRESS INFO@TRANSMEDIARTISTMARKETING.ORG

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