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Natalie McGuire

ARTIST STATEMENT:  My images are little mosaics pieces of my memory that I capture and share with the world. Photography is second nature to me and allows me to express how I see things in day-to-day life. This gift was given to me by my father.  My surroundings play a big role in my photography story. When I am out in nature with my camera, it’s through texture, lines, colors, etc., that I get my inspiration. I primarily use color images to capture the vibrancy of Mother Nature’s glory, but when the mood and setting are just right, I photograph in infrared. This style of photography brings another worldly look, almost a dreamlike state that has a 3D effect. I like to create images that make you feel like you are there with me in the scene.

Artist Bio: Natalie McGuire’s art education began as a small child; she learned photography composition from her father. Her Aunt Natalie fueled the creative side, allowing it to flourish.  She attended Community education classes in photography in 1997/98, studied under Deirdre Monk. Later in 2010, Natalie enrolled at Hennepin Technical college’s digital photography program, studied under Paul Sinkler, Tom Hanly, and Tim Grey until the program closed.

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