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Between the Rocks by Mozelle Martin
Snowy Sunset by Mozelle Martin
Hole in the Wall by Mozelle Martin
Striped Overview by Mozelle Martin
The City Below by Mozelle Martin
Donut Hole by Mozelle Martin
All About the Depth by Mozelle Martin
Tower Rock by Mozelle Martin
Pride Mountain by Mozelle Martin
Drive Thru Rock by Mozelle Martin
Hole in the Rock by Mozelle Martin
Peak-A-Boo Canyon by Mozelle Martin
Snow Steps by Mozelle Martin
My Colorado Backyard by Mozelle Martin
Rocky Slope by Mozelle Martin
Majestic View by Mozelle Martin
Four Corners Monument by Mozelle Martin
Jagged Rocks by Mozelle Martin
Snowy Mountain Road by Mozelle Martin
Multi-Level Mountains by Mozelle Martin
Silver Sky Ball by Mozelle Martin
Bright Orange Moon by Mozelle Martin
Tie Dyed Orange Moon by Mozelle Martin
Tower Mountain by Mozelle Martin
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About Mozelle Martin
As a little girl, raised an only child by entrepreneurs who were too busy to notice me, I realized quickly the love of art and photography. After working 30 years in mental health, I really have an extra keen awareness of capturing emotions on people's faces whether with my own eyes and instincts or the camera's lens.
However, I also love all types of photography. Some of my favorite photographers are Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Philippe Halsman, Brassaï, Weegee, Mary Ellen Mark, Irving Penn, Sally Mann, Vivian Maier, André Kertész, and others.
I also often paint the photos to help protect the identity of the faces I photograph of random people around the world. My art is more like my thoughts - similar to some of my favorite artists such as Kit King, Carla McAfee, Gillian Lee Smith, and Pauline Agnew. My art often tends to take on a more metaphorical, surreal, or symbolic nature.
I have been painting all of my life but some of my favorite art instructors were James Hahn, Jeff Watts, Stan Prokopenko, Gino Savarino, etc. As a kid thru today Frida Kahlo taught me a lot especially how to paint by "expression not expectation". I fully believe expectation ruins or suffocates the outcome. Most often for more abstract work, I have no clue what I am going to paint. Usually I begin by closing my eyes and smearing a certain color of paint until I "feel" ready to open my eyes. Then when I do look at it, I see a picture / shapes, etc. and work with that. I teach this method in my art classes and a lot of time I even paint with my bare feet. I prefer fingers, hands, toes, and feet to brushes. Yep, I love to get messy, lol.
As an adoptee who has found over 400 biological relatives including siblings, my parents were both deceased before I could meet them. To help me heal from the trauma with my adoptive family, I use my biological mother's last name for my art; she was an established artist. I therefore use my biological father's last name for my photography because he appreciated memories-on-film. My art can be found @ www.MozelleMartin.com.
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