Marlene exhibited her Exclusive Fine Art Photographs at Decorex in August. Her stand featured work from her extensive dark room and black and white range.
Marlene’s dark room range consists of over 120 images. Her collection spans over a period of 30 years. Her black and white collection ranges from seascapes to desert grass and ancient trees. With new photographs being added this collection was viewed with interest.
People stood in awe and admired Marlene’s unique technique and her extensive portfolio. There was continued support from clients adding to their extensive collections. Her Aloe range and the Doors series were top picks at this year’s show.
Orders can be placed with Marlene firstname.lastname@example.org and her gallery can be viewed online.
Other items of interest at Decorex were her book Sky meets Land. More than a coffee-table book, it is filled with insight into her profound life purpose. Experience a ‘mindful shift’ when paging through her visual journey and gain understanding into your own life path. Marlene uses the camera as an extension of herself and in that moment it’s as if the viewer sees the world through her eyes. This book is an extraordinary journey, a celebration of life and nature and the significant lessons to be found in the breath taking natural world.
Marlene’s inspiring DVD series, Capturing What People Don’t Talk About, is based on Marlene’s realisation of what it is to be ‘truly human’ and what being authentic really means. The intention in making the series was to provide people seeking answers to their own life struggles with some idea of where, in themselves, to look. From a broader perspective, the objective was to help raise the vibration on the Earth, so that people can more easily become aware of how to live an enriching life.
Marlene book, Sky Meets Land and her DVD series can be ordered directly from Marlene. For more information please email email@example.com
Marlene is available for consultations and will skillfully match her Fine Art Photographs with your space. For those of you that missed meeting Master Fine Art Photographer Marlene Neumann she will be back in Gauteng for Homemakers in 2019.