Gay Waldman has worked in her studio professionally since 1985 and participates in art festivals, juried shows, and galleries throughout the Northwest. Gay’s photographs are the starting point for her artwork and then her intuitively enhanced images become her artistic expressions. Her garden as well as travels provides a plethora of images; including flora, landscape, seasons, and frequent introduction of geometric shapes. Her work relies on a multitude of photographs rich with color, translucent qualities, layering, and overlapping. She presents her images on traditional photographic papers or dye-infused aluminum and she occasionally bends curves into the aluminum prints to add a sculptural effect. Her studio also provides digital editing, professional custom picture framing, design, on-site consultation, artwork on fabric, and permanent public art installation. Gay’s photo-art reaches beyond the impact of traditional photography. In a significant way, her work expands how the viewer perceives, considers, and interprets photographic media as art.
Gay Waldman’s art work is particularly intriguing with the way images overlap, hide behind one another then peak out and encourage the viewer to look carefully and think.
Her work relies on a multitude of photographs rich with color, translucent qualities, layering, and overlapping. She refers to flora, landscape, seasons, and occasional introduction of geometric shapes.
Her creative spirit is stimulated when she enhances and collages her photographs into new visual delights. She offers one of a kind ornaments, art cards, small prints, framed artwork, and artwork on curved satin aluminum.
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