Photography of Three Boats in a Lake Titled "Magic Lake"
This award winning photograph titled "Magic Lake" portrays three boats on a lake during early morning fog. Created by the contemporary artist Marc Vandermeer ( America, 1950's), the photograph features monochromatic tones of black & white softening an already ethereal visual thus relaxing the viewer and drawing them in.
This amazing art piece has won several awards in the annual Black & White exhibition hosted by The Art Room /Brooklyn, NY. (Second place) Grey Cube Gallery London, England's annual black and whites award show. (Third place)
About the artist :
Art has been a part of Marc's DNA since birth. His mother, a New York-based artist, sculptor, and teacher, continually exposed him to the world of galleries and museums, between their home in SoHo and summers spent in Provincetown, MA. He began practicing early, attending high schools specializing in art and summer workshops in Provincetown, and studying art history in Florence, Italy. In 1971 he enrolled at The Philadelphia College of Art, initially as a painter but ultimately graduating with a BFA Film in 1976. He studied under photographer Ray K. Metzker, whose “composites” — large-scale assemblages of printed film strips — have remained a major influence throughout his career.
In 2001, Marc was diagnosed with stage 3 multiple myeloma. His prognosis was poor. He stepped back from his company and enrolled in an aggressive treatment protocol out of UAMS in Little Rock, AR. While undergoing this intensive treatment, Marc renewed his devotion to his artistic work. Between lengthy hospital visits and rounds of chemotherapy he carried a digital camera everywhere he went, capturing a copious amount of landscape and urban images. This daily practice and immersion in digital media has formed the basis for his more recent work.
Dimensions: 15" H x 21.75" W x 0.5" D
Year of manufacture: 2020
Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use.
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