Cheryl Maeder Photography
Cheryl Maeder’s impressionistic series of beach scenes were inspired by a trip to the Mediterranean coastal towns of Spain. Cheryl Maeder found that photographing in the impressionistic style causes the viewer to see the entire image with its palette of colors, form & light creating a mood, an emotion. The Dreamscapes Series were photgraphed along the Southeast coast of Florida. Her latest work: Sea and Sky is more minimalist in style,
conveying an expansiveness where the transition between sand, sea and sky have no beginning nor end.
“Cheryl Maeder is one of those rare talents that seems to effortlessly combine painting and photography into am engaging visual statement. She balances realism with a soft-focused whisper of faded color, creating her works with a sprinkle of magic that leaves the viewer in a dreamy state. Part color filed painter, part impressionist and part abstractionist, Maeder allows us to bring back our own nebulous memories of people and places through her photo postcard-like compositions, which are pushed to the edge of recognizability.” Bruce Helander is an artist and contributor of Art News Magazine.
Dreamscapes Series, limited editions of 10
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“The eye sees a thing more clearly in dreams than the imagination awake.” Leonardo da Vinci