Marie Reamer
Fine Art Photographs

Marie ReamerBorn and raised in NJ, Marie developed an early appreciation of art from numerous trips to the art museums of Manhattan. While in college she developed a passion for photography, spending many hours in the darkroom. Since moving to Indianapolis in 1979, Marie refined her craft at the Art Center of Indianapolis, taking many courses on photography and the darkroom. After spending two years in England, she returned to Indianapolis in 1999 where her passion was refocused utilizing digital photography.

Recent shows include the 2011 7th Annual IDADA Member's Exhibition, Gallery 924's Contemporary Figurative Show in 2011 and the Cool Creek Nature Exhibit in 2009, 2010 and 2012. She has also been awarded several Special Recognition Awards from Light Space and Time Online Gallery in the categories of Nature, Cityscapes and Architecture in 2011 and 2012.

Marie's most recent work has focused on images in urban settings using High Dynamic Range Photography to maximize the dynamic range of a scene, then tone mapping that image, which allows for the artist's creative expression. Her images are printed using Epson Stylus Photo printers (2400 and 4900) which utilize archival pigment inks to produce archival prints which will last over 200 years. Images are captured using a Canon 5D Mark II Digital SLR.

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Artist's Statement

Through my photography, I strive to capture vignettes of our remarkable world as seen through the camera’s lens. Using available light, I attempt to produce an image using the combination of light and color that evokes an emotional response from the viewer. Through the medium of photography, I have found a means of creative expression that allows me to feel more connected to our world. The ability to share this connection with the viewer is my ultimate goal.

“Be conscious and notice the abundance and magic of life in every moment.” ~ (author unknown)


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