Merice Ewart Art Collections
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Artwork by Merice Ewart
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Winter sunset beach and Bench by Merice Ewart
Sharon's Spring Gorse by Merice Ewart
Rhododendrons by Merice Ewart
Laser Lights Paulo's Circus by Merice Ewart
Walking the dog by Merice Ewart
Sewerby Sunrise by Merice Ewart
Ancient woodland by Merice Ewart
We will Remember them by Merice Ewart
Supermoon Rising by Merice Ewart
Misty Autumn by Merice Ewart
Sunset across the wolds by Merice Ewart
Rhodadendram by Merice Ewart
Sea-Snow-Trees by Merice Ewart
Neonatal orb by Merice Ewart
Road to Sledmere by Merice Ewart
Roundhay Park from Mansion Window by Merice Ewart
Yorkshire Forest walk by Merice Ewart
From Sewerby to Bridlington by Merice Ewart
Storm clouds by Merice Ewart
Black Hole by Merice Ewart
Evergreen by Merice Ewart
Guided by the light by Merice Ewart
Astral Plane by Merice Ewart
Rosehip by Merice Ewart
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I feel proud and privileged to have been selected in October 2005 by Leeds Fine Artists, thus becoming their first-ever exhibiting photographer.
I started taking photographs in March 2005 and held my first public display of work in Burton Agnes Hall courtyard gallery in May 2005.
I have since exhibited in many galleries around Yorkshire.
My husband watercolourist Glenn Marshall, called me Tech-no-chic when I first took up computer imagery and it has stuck.
All of my images are created from my own original photographs, sometimes with dramatic effects and sometimes very subtle.
I try to visualise a finished idea in my mind and hope to control the outcome. It doesnï¿½t always work but it sure can be fun.
I like to portray the world as I see it. I believe that my being partially sighted can only help me to look at things differently and with an abstract view.I have suffered with ME since 1986 but I have learned to control the symptoms most of the time, with an organic diet, gentle exercise, plus herbal and homeopathic remedies. At 55 ï¿½ an age were most people are winding down, getting ready to retire ï¿½ my life took on a new beginning.
Here I am years later, aged 69, retired and living in Kilham "the heart of the Hockney trail" still creating and loving life ...Now "Tecnograni Tempest Fugit"