Louise Anne Marler
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First Name
Louise
Last Name:
Marler
Zip Code:
90405
I am an:
Artist
If an artist/art student, my primary medium or mixed media is:
Painting, Print Making
About Me:
Louise Anne (L. A.) Marler is a graphic designer and photographer, specializing in Contemporary Vintage Imaging. She is a consultant and instructor at SMC as well as creator of fine art prints, home accessories, fashion t-shirts and gifts.

Her observations of our imperfect world are revealed with an unflinching honesty, purposeful simplicity and grace. “Marler’s subtle tonal range of color prints gorgeously captures the essence… Her images are beautifully seen and executed,” wrote the Santa Barbara Independent, August 2006.

Louise is a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. Mostly self-taught, with on-the-job-training and continuing education at Santa Monica College, Scripps College, Self Help Graphics and Calumet, add to the progression of her work.

Providing commercial graphics and printing for 20 years, she is a hands-on specialist. Marler is meticulous about papers, inks and color in all prints made of her work and others’.

Louise is able to multi-task on her commission projects, new work, installations, and merchandise with an unfettered and inscrutable artistic sensibility. She blends traditional printmaking and photography, inventive techniques with advancing technologies.

Committed to being a master printer as well as the environment, she was featured by Micro Publishing News, March 1996 in the article “Santa Monica Printer Blends Ecology and Technology.”

Annette Simons, Arts Management Executive, had this to say… “Louise Anne Marler is a wonderfully creative artist who can nevertheless take a practical approach to addressing design needs. She is both knowledgeable and dependable. I recommend her for her artistic vision as well as her ability to serve as consultant and collaborator.”

Marler’s artwork has been exhibited nationally in galleries and seen in TV shows: Two and a Half Men, Criminal Minds, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Mentalist, and films such as Bratz – the movie, Friends with Benefits and others…
Website:
http://www.lamarler.com/
If you're an artist/art student, don't forget to add a brief artist's statement and photos of three of your art works to either your "comment wall" or "text box." This is your basic St. Louis Art Directory information. Later you may add images, videos, post a blog, and much more.
My objective is beauty rooted in truth and humor. Simple by design. Inspired by vintage Americana, as well as pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Litchenstein, Jeff Brouws, I bring these antiquated sentiments forward in contemporary statements… Fascinated by machinery as well as nature, my objective is to create beauty from mundane matter. Deliberately focusing on the pure essentials of an image, I am fascinated by the shadow, negative space, abstract composition, architecture, geometry and organic beauty of landscapes. With an adventurous spirit, I explore different techniques… My favorite personal statement: “You never know, unless you try.”

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