Raymond Magnani Art Collections
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Artwork by Raymond Magnani
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.
Brandywine Creek, Wilmington 05452 by Raymond Magnani
White Clay Creek, Newark #01829 by Raymond Magnani
Winterthur Gardens #02707 by Raymond Magnani
Winterthur Gardens #5414 by Raymond Magnani
Winterthur Gardens #00548 by Raymond Magnani
Wilmington, Kalmar Nyckel #30057 by Raymond Magnani
Brandywine, creek, Wilmington #05449 by Raymond Magnani
Winterthur Gardens #08559 by Raymond Magnani
Brandywine Creek, Wilmington #05446 by Raymond Magnani
Christina River Bridge #30054 by Raymond Magnani
Christina River #30045 by Raymond Magnani
Winterthur Gardens #93 by Raymond Magnani
Trap Pond Cypress #04299 by Raymond Magnani
Prop bw #49 by Raymond Magnani
The Dance #9 by Raymond Magnani
Assawoman Canal, Great Blue #8758 by Raymond Magnani
Dover, Biggs Museum #00495 by Raymond Magnani
Up the Stairs, Winterthur #4964 by Raymond Magnani
Newark Reservoir #04541 by Raymond Magnani
Dock #1873 by Raymond Magnani
A Dance in White #1211 by Raymond Magnani
A Dance in White #1212 by Raymond Magnani
3 Props bw #79 by Raymond Magnani
A Dance in White #1208 by Raymond Magnani
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About Raymond Magnani
When I was a kid, we always had a functioning darkroom. My dad would be churning out scores of Christmas card photos and I would be running the chemicals. Iâ€™ve never been without a camera. I see the world more clearly when I have the possibility of getting the shot. My photography is all over the map. I have no one style. Sometimes the environment leads me; how can I capture this light, this plant, this feeling I have when I look over this landscape. At other times I plan ahead; what would it look like if I blended multiple exposures of the same object from slightly different viewpoints into one image?
Photography is different than most art forms. The painter starts with the blank canvas, the sculptor with the block of stone. The photographer on the other hand takes pictures of things that are already there. How can this be art? The painter creates something from nothing. The photographer must create some thing of value from everything. Capture the essence by removing the extraneous. Focus the eye of the viewer to look and look again at something they may have seen a thousand times, but never in that way.