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Tag : Natalie Wheeler Photography

17 Mar 2019

Currency

“Why is there no breeze no currency of leaves…” -Wilco You are my Face   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. […]

17 Mar 2019

aMUSE

aMUSE me AMUSE you Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving and guiding her offspring […]

14 Mar 2019

Seven Female Archetypes

A few days ago, I was fortunate enough to spend a little more than twenty-four hours in Jerome, Arizona. I immersed myself in it’s beauty, its history, it’s spirits, its energy and had one of the most prolific self-portrait sessions to date. I am often surprised by the versions of myself I see when I start processing my photographs.  For years, I have been calling these versions my “self scenarios.”  Many of us have hidden or repressed dimensions and finding the […]

07 Mar 2019

Light Always Outruns Time…

Untie the shapeless beast in faceless relief… All the heart needs Unwinding winds of memory in a future free to find… Light always outruns time     About the artist: Natalie is 65% Swedish, 45% German, 35% English, 1% Cherokee, 400% Goofball, 400% Rebel. Most days she is too tall to wear pants. She is best known for her solid math skills, bad handwriting, and reliable sarcasm.

06 Mar 2019
01 Mar 2019

I lived in a place…

I lived in a place… A far off place That felt so close. No pain No fights No stains No cold No wrong No right No young No old I lived in a space A tiny little space That felt so big.   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and […]

18 Feb 2019

Yield (continued)

Weaving sunshine attractions on soundless sleep erosion. Cradling the shadows and splitting the shields… a shift in slow motion. So hungry for where Why won’t yield. Sleeping full moon attractions All around us deep oceans awakening the unknown and tripping in the fields… adrift in the low sun running free for where Why won’t yield.   I wrote “Yield” last year with this accompanying photo (click here).  As a writing exercise, I wrote a second stanza to this poem to […]

18 Feb 2019

Storms on your Skin

There are… No answers in your eyes No assassins in your words Only feathers in your fears Only fire in your bones And storms on your skin. Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and […]

16 Feb 2019

Meant for Many, Meant for None

Meant for many Meant for none.     Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving […]

14 Feb 2019

Hiding from Hallmark

Every day is love day… This self -portrait series is called “Hiding from Hallmark.” Valentine’s Day…. For me, the culture of consumerism that takes over on Valentine’s Day- a day set aside to celebrate love with “things,”really makes no sense to me.  Love has no foundation in things. Appreciation and gratitude doesn’t come in the form of a $6 paper card or a box of candy. These thoughts were circling around in my mind several days ago—and converged with an […]