Marlene is hosting unique LIVE online talks via video conferencing.
Her first talk early in April, More time being – Less time doing was limited to 15 people and the response to her talk was overwhelming.
Surrounded by her powerful Fine Art Photographs in her exquisite gallery Marlene connected with people from all over the world. It was a early morning for two excited Americans both were up before the sun on the East Coast of America.
“Thank you so very much for the time that you spent with us this morning, Marlene!!!
Your talk was fabulous!! It was such a nice experience to be a part of this small group!
I am so looking forward to your next live talk!!! ❤️” Susan
“Marlene….when we finished the sun was breaking through the darkness…
inside and out! I would get up at any time to be part of what you are doing….
THANK you!” Enigmah
The intimate morning was spent with Marlene sharing her expansive knowledge and life experiences. The power of the virtual world created a save space for all to listen, share and learn.
Drawing on her years of teaching experience, inspiring talks and her compassion Marlene shared her thoughts about the current challenges that have presented themselves, the carona virus, the lockdown and the emotions that have been shaken loose.
Her talk, using multi media techniques to create awareness created a virtual community of like-minded individuals. Sharing the time being and leaving all in the chat rooms feeling connected and ready to step back into doing.
Marlene has scheduled her next talk for Saturday, 11th April at 2 pm (South African time)
Marlene’s Creativity Through Photography Workshop transformed students. Their way of seeing the world and themselves altered the first weekend in June.
Students from all over South Africa gathered at Marlene’s Centre for Photography and Light.
They spent three intense days immersed in a magical world of light, laughter and photography. ISO’s, shutterspeeds and apertures.
Marlene printed her first exclusive XXL Fine Art Photographs on her Epson P9000. This is the largest print that she has ever done. “This size printed on my Epson finally does my images justice,” said Marlene.
All those clients that kept asking for a larger size – here it is… 1118 x 1724mm (44″ x 67″). The colours were absolutely perfect and Marlene watched anxiously, waiting for the first XXL Farm Gates to be produced.
Marlene was amazed by the quality of her image and kept looking at the beautiful image that she created in the dark room with pride.
This new size is perfect for corporates and homes that need their double volume walls filled.
Marlene’s original darkroom Fine Art Photographs were similar in size. Select images will be available in the XXL size. To view online or email Marlene for more information email@example.com
A happy client and special lady Margie Dillin collects her treasured image, Riverside Reflections from Marlene’s Gallery. Margie says Riverside Reflections will hang in a very special place in her home.
Marlene’s photographs emanate a feeling of calmness and serenity. There is always one image that will resonates with someone.
For Margie that image is Riverside Reflections. As Margie mentioned to Marlene every time she looks at the image there is something new that she notices. The new element adds to her connection with Marlene’s Fine Art Photograph. To her story.
Marlene’s images are unique. With her “Neumann” technique Marlene creates a work of art that transforms any space.
If you are interested in purchasing any of Marlene’s images for your home or office space, please contact Marlene directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marlene’s work has been featured in the January edition of SAFAIR In Flight Magazine.
“Neumann’s collection is vast and covers a range of subjects such as landscapes, her travels, wildlife and more. One specific range that is close to her heart is her black-and-white range – a collection of provocative, striking and powerful imagery. ‘Fine art photography is about emotion, intuition and connection,’ she says. ‘I am interested in the spirit, the essence of the subject, not the colours. I want the message t has for me to be seen by the world. Back in the day I would never speak freely about the subject, I had to guard what I said or I would not be taken seriously. Things have changed. I believe that the world is seeing that things have to be integrated, the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual. Black-and-white allows for all this. Colour can be a distraction.’ “
Marlene is exhibiting her photographs at Vincent Park Shopping Centre in East London this week. Times are from 8am to 5pm until the 21st of December. The exhibition features work from Marlene’s extensive dark room and black and white range. Marlene’s book, DVD series and workshop gift vouchers are also available. These make thoughtful gifts.
Marlene’s dark room range consists of over 120 images. Her collection spans over a period of 30 years.
Her black and white images range from seascapes to lions. Choosing from this collection would make the perfect addition to any space.
Sky meets Land showcases the compelling photographs and reflective journey of Master Fine Art Photographer Marlene Neumann. Marlene refers to her book as a metaphor for “mind meets heart”. Over 100 of her magnificent and moving images appear in her book. 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. She 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.
In her weekend workshops, Marlene teaches students out of the box thinking while pushing their comfort zones through photography . An inspiring weekend workshop where students explore a new world using their cameras. Her weekend workshops cover camera basics and the deep meaning of fine art photography. Marlene shares her wealth of knowledge as a Master Fine Art Photographer and expertise drawing on her 30 years of teaching experience. These renowned weekend workshops take place at the Centre for Photography and Light in East London. The next workshop will be taking place from the 11th to the 13th of May 2018. Early bird tickets and gift vouchers with a saving of R300 are available until the end of December, after which tickets will return to the standard price.
With this amazing selection…make your way to the shopping Centre and browse for the perfect gift!
PRINTER– With her new Epson P9000 Printer, Marlene will now be able to print her images at sizes up to 1118 x 1725mm. This will make them perfect for statement pieces on double volume walls. They will also be perfect for entrance halls and board rooms because of the impact the images will have at this size. Watch this space for more news on Marlene’s Extra Large images…
MAKING A DIFFERENCE- Marlene has been giving talks around the East London area as part of her campaign to teach everyone that they can make a difference. These past few months alone she has spoken to school children as well as the elderly. Her talks have been successful at inspiring all audiences. If you would like to find out more about Marlene’s inspirational talks, contact her directly at 083 321 3391.
Marlene Neumann’s Buckaroo Sterilization Project has received some excellent news! Local vets and the East London SPCA will assist with the sterilization project and as a result, 28 dogs are being sterilized every month. This will have a massive knock on effect in the area and improve the health and well-being of the dogs that are sterilized.
Donations of food, blankets, kennels (or materials to build kennels), water bowls, leads and collars can be donated at Marlene’s Centre 8 Kent Road, Vincent. Contributions to the Buckaroo fund can be made online or by contacting Marlene directly at email@example.com or at 083 321 3391. To stay up to date with the Buckaroo Project, like Marlene’s Facebook Page.
It’s that time of year again! The Marlene Neumann Centre for Photography and Light was open as part of the Pam Golding Gardens of East London Show. There were craft and food stalls at the Centre and Buckaroo himself made an appearance. Over 15k was raised for the charity, which will go towards the sterilisation drive.
The Marlene Neumann Centre for Photography and Light is possibly one of the most calming things to do in East London. The beautiful garden is set under the a giant wild fig tree. The garden is currently in full bloom and is under guardianship of Tigger the cat who keeps a watchful eye on the comings and goings around the centre.
The centre features two galleries displaying Marlene’s prolific career in photography. Her Dark Room gallery displays her images that have been developed in the dark room using ‘The Neumann Technique’ which she has developed and perfected in her 30 years of capturing photographs. The Light Room displays Marlene’s Black and White photography, which she is currently producing photographs for. Focusing on landscapes and nature, these images manage to draw people in and ground them in the present.
The centre is the site of many holisitic events on the East London calendar. Iyengar Yoga classes are held in the gallery every Monday and Thursday. The centre becomes a concert venue every once in a while for International acts such as Desert Rose. Marlene herself hosts a Creativity through Photography course twice a year, which welcomes students from across the country to learn how to capture photographs with meaning. The garden is opened up once a year for the Pam Goulding Gardens of East London event once a year.
For more information on any of the events at the centre, please contact Claire, the centre manager at 043 726 1877. The centre can be found at 8 Kent Road, Vincent.
Please remember to rate the centre! The higher ranking it receives, the more people can know about the gallery and the beautiful garden.
Marlene recently installed her new Epson P9000 printer into her studio. With the help of John, the printer was set up and is now ready to print images as large as 1118 x 1725mm. Images this size will be stunning in boardrooms and homes with double volume walls. For more information, contact Marlene directly at 0833213391