Mary Jo Allen Art Collections
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Artwork by Mary Jo Allen
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.
Multnomah Falls by Mary Jo Allen
Cactus Glow by Mary Jo Allen
Taproot by Mary Jo Allen
All Steamed Up by Mary Jo Allen
Fear Not by Mary Jo Allen
Spiral by Mary Jo Allen
He Is Risen by Mary Jo Allen
Seattle Seahawks Space Needle by Mary Jo Allen
Olympic Mountains From Shoreline by Mary Jo Allen
Announcing Spring by Mary Jo Allen
Don't Worry Square by Mary Jo Allen
To Everything A Season by Mary Jo Allen
Rain Forest Sunbeams by Mary Jo Allen
Inspirational Tulip by Mary Jo Allen
Pop Art Dahlia by Mary Jo Allen
Canna Blossom by Mary Jo Allen
Trumpet of Spring by Mary Jo Allen
Olympic Mountains Across Puget Sound by Mary Jo Allen
Follow The Leader by Mary Jo Allen
LaFrance Badge by Mary Jo Allen
Abilene Station by Mary Jo Allen
Around the Bend by Mary Jo Allen
American LaFrance Foamite Badge by Mary Jo Allen
Foggy Autumn by Mary Jo Allen
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About Mary Jo Allen
Hello and thanks for stopping by.
I've been a professional photographer for 30+ years. My degree is in microbiology and I did research work in that field for 3 years which sounds glamourous and exciting but in reality I found it to be repetitive and uninspiring. It does explain my interest in the tiny world and my desire to understand how things work. I've always said I could be a professional student as I love to learn new things and photography certainly does provide that opportunity. Even after all these years I continue to learn new things every day. I find photography to be the perfect blend of science and art.
Most recently, some of my favorite work has been in the area of macro photography, especially the beautiful world of flowers. I'm looking for not only the documentary recording of what a flower looks like, but also taking a closer look and finding ways of expressing a more artistic and abstract view using color, curves, lines, lighting and softness to create interesting compositions. I love finding beauty in simplicity: just the edge of a rose petal, the sensuous curve hidden inside a flower, the way the morning dew clings and shimmers in the sunrise, a synthesis of color, light and softness, blending the magnificent with the minute; these are the things that make my soul sing a soaring melody of thanks to the Creator.
I also love other expressions of nature and also am fascinated by mechanical inventions of mankind as you can see by the various galleries of my work.
If you have just 2 minutes, here is a little YouTube video to watch. You may need to double click on it to see all of it. Just hit escape on your keyboard when it is done to return.