Madeline Duval, February 2013 Artist of the Month

Madeline Duval

Madeline Duval

[img src=]31910Sunset On Chatham Lighthouse Beach
[img src=]30950Berries
[img src=]30900Camden Harbor
[img src=]30980Mt Hope Bridge
[img src=]30960Dragonfly and Water Lily
[img src=]30800 Splish Splash, Takin' A Bath
[img src=]30760Autumn Reflections, Riverton C
[img src=]30730The Path To Winter
[img src=]30680Autumn Serenity
[img src=]30720Heronry Society
[img src=]30730Graceful Descent
[img src=]30690Ready For Adrenalin Rush - Class 4 Style
[img src=]30660Woodland Stream
[img src=]30630Lynde Point Lighthouse
[img src=]30580Owls Head Lighthouse
[img src=]30570Forrest Gump's Lighthouse
[img src=]30520Days Gone By
[img src=]30570The Old Mill Door
[img src=]30610No Longer Needed
[img src=]30580The Puffin Ballet
[img src=]30550Halictid Bee
[img src=]30550Quaint Harbor Village, Rockport Maine
[img src=]30560One
[img src=]30540Cobscook Bay, Maine
[img src=]30510Vermont's Majesty
[img src=]30470Sunset in Warren
[img src=]30490Where Fairies Live
[img src=]30480Nani's Twins
[img src=]30470Little Flower
[img src=]30450Pitcher Plant, Bog Flower
[img src=]30540The Mating Dance

About the Photographer – Madeline Duval                                                    Click on the FS for full screen

Madeline Duval is a nationally known portrait photographer holding the degrees of Master Photographer, Photographic Craftsman and Certified Professional Photographer.

Madeline has always had a talent for art and photography. She won her first photography contest at the age of 10, and began to study oil painting at age 13. She continued to win awards in both art and photography.

Spanning her career, Madeline is known as one of the finest portrait photographers in the country. She has lectured and taught other professional photographers all over New England.

Duval has created a new form of art for the studio. Combining her classical artistic painting experience along with her well-known creative talents with photographic portraiture and Fine Art photography, the studio now presents the Objet d’Art. This new work of art looks like a beautiful oil or watercolor painting made in the fine art process of Giclée.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Sandy and Fran Gianfriddo February 3, 2013 at 8:50 am

Vey nice work!

Dave Sharrow November 4, 2014 at 12:59 pm

Are any of the photographs for sale?
I am particularly interested in the Mt Hope Bridge one

Nancy@goneinc November 5, 2014 at 4:28 pm

I will pass your message on to the artist. Thanks for looking

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