Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Art Show, Fernandina Beach, Fl
May 4 , 5
Bio: Born in Miami, Florida, I now live in New Smyrna Beach, Fl and Provincetown, Ma. Although jazz guitar was my first love, I began creating etchings and oil pastels, and grew to love this expression of arts. I exhibited in galleries and outdoor art shows, garnering some awards along the way. Now, I'm focusing on surrealistic, abstract and artful photographic images shot on site.
In experimenting with film based photography, I have created multi-imaged photos. These images are created by random film advances and double exposures. Some appear abstract, while others are combinations of several fanciful subjects. All are printed on archival canvas or photographic paper. The photos are signed, limited editions.
When shooting photos digitally, I create images by looking for reflections, colors, shapes, shadows and double exposures on site. All images are printed with archival materials and are signed, limited editions.
"The subject matter has changed over the years. At this point in my life I choose to follow my inspiration in any given day. I hope you enjoy my gallery of images." Melyssa
Dunedin, Fl. We were fortunate with the weather as it was beautiful. I was lucky enough to be next to a wonderful metal sculpture artist!
"My biggest fan, A Red Tailed Hawk!"
A lovely spot for a photo, "Cafe"
Images Art Festival 2017
In case you missed it, here is my booth at the Fernandina Shrimp Festival! Notice the, "First Place in Photography Ribbon!"
My Summer edition of painted photos with an encaustic finish. I'm exhibiting at the UU Church , Provincetown, Ma.
Go to the Mixed Media page to see the Cape Cod edition!!
Just back from a wonderful show in
Tallahassee: LeMoyne Art Festival.
Armory art show in West Palm Beach. Notice the new flip through.
West Palm Beach Winter Wonderland out of sand.
Images Art Show in New Smyrna Beach. My husband and I, side by side.
Saturday Morning, Gasparilla Art Show.
Behind the screen still life!
Deland Festival of the Arts.
Late Saturday rain...kind of beautiful..