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MERRIE ASIMOW

Afternoon Water Run

 

 

 

Listen Up

 

 

 

Waiting at Sunrise

 

 

 

Horse on Beach

 

 

 

Fight

 

 

 

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Jump the Wave

 

 

Run and Splash


 



View with a Patch of Grass

 


Beware of Time

 

 


Waiting




Merrie Asimow



I was born and lived for many years in the Boston area. I then moved to Los Angeles and finally to the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area. I have had successful careers in both nursing and computers. While helping small businesses maintain their computer systems, I dreamed of becoming a full-time professional photographer and have finally realized that dream.
The concept of stopping the action and holding that moment in time forever has always excited me. That magic lured me into the world of still photography. My computer skills are an essential part of my approach to photography. The digital darkroom gives me the ability to uncover, discover, and present my interpretation of an image. My photographic style has moved away from the pure image to include artful design and combines many of my own techniques to give my photographs an unusual and painterly look.

I’d like the viewers of my photographs to be thrilled by the nobility and grace of the animals in my pictures and by the unexpected and surprising details of the people and landscapes in my travel photography. I have also begun to create surrealistic photography.
I live and work in Menlo Park, California, and travel extensively in pursuit of new photographic subjects. Always hoping that the light and the action will be aligned, I’m ready to click the shutter and make it my own. My work has appeared on the walls of numerous business establishments and in private collections in Los Angeles and the Bay Area.

Web sites
http://www.asimowphotography.com/
WIPI Profile
https://www.facebook.com/Asimow.Photography

Solo Exhibitions
2006 Bel Air Camera, Los Angeles: “China and Tibet”
2015 Gallery 9 Los Altos: “Unbridled Passion”
Turkish, Burmese and Italian restaurants, Comerica Bank, and several coffee houses.

Group Exhibitions
2014 Gallery 9 Los Altos: “Reflections”
2013 Gallery 9, Los Altos: “Figures”
2011 Juried Exhibition – O’hanlon Center for the Arts, San Francisco.
2008 UCLA Art Exhibition
2007 Los Angeles Photo Project: “Cemeteries”
2007 KM Gallery, Los Angeles: “A different view”

Awards
3013 WIPI: Annual Juried Competition - Juror Choice Gallery Presentation
2012 WIPI: It's Magical, Images of Sunrises, Sunsets & Rainbows, Honorable Mention
2012 WIPI: Annual Honorable Mention
2011 WIPI: 30th Anniversary presentation: “Photo LA”
2009 North Tahoe Photo Walk: Winner

Books
“The White Horses of the Camargue,” 2012
Articles and Interviews
2014 WIPI Featured article in Silvershotz Journal of Photography, Volume 8, Number 5
2007 Interview in View Finder Magazine
Professional Associations

Charter Member, Women in Photography International

Merrie Asimow
Menlo Park, California
WIPI PhotoProfile
merrie@asimowphotography.com
http://www.asimowphotography.com/


©Copyright for all images remains the property of exhibited photographer, and promotional use for Women In Photography International. All inquiries regarding use of and purchasing image use rights must be directed to the photographer.

File complete August 30, 2014
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UPDATE - Photorgrapher NO response - NO NEW BIO UPDATEAugust 2014 - APRIL 2017

UPDATE FINAL: May 2017 website content 1999-2017
womeninphotography.org file transfer to the Beinecke.
All organization files, computer, external hard drive, printed materials, photographs,
DVDs, books, competitions files and onsite installation art work
.


Update: April 29, 2015 - complete, included book with notation to WIPI w/signature





Juror: Clive Waring, Editor/Silvershotz
Interactive Magazine of International Contemporary Photography - winning images:
WIPI's final online exhibition before transfer to the Beinecke


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