In her abstract photography Marvyne often starts with small familiar objects chosen for their visual qualities. Many of these subjects are photographed through shaped glass or against reflective surfaces. The resulting strangeness, seen through different light sources, is then captured by the camera. The viewer, at the same time recognizing and not quite recognizing the subject, is drawn into the work.
These images were taken with a Canon PowerShot A720 IS camera. The earlier ones were edited in Picasa; the later ones in Photoshop Elements. They are printed 8" X 10" or smaller, in keeping with the intimate nature of the subjects. Limited editions of 10.
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Glass of Water, Scarf, Ruled Paper