About the artist
“You know that place where the light meets the shadow? That’s where you will find me.”
Natalie Allgyer is a photo artist, with a fiercely creative soul who uses a camera and photoshop to display a wide array of feeling and emotion. She learned her craft on her own and continues to hone it weekly.
Born in NJ she and her husband chose Charleston, SC as the place for them to raise their daughter. It was in Charleston that Natalie found her soul, and the creativity began to flow thru the lens of her camera. At one point she decided that reality wasn’t conveying her message as deeply as she felt it so she took to photoshop. That is where the magic began.
Natalie’s whimsical yet dark style incorporates pieces of her own images that she makes with her dslr camera. It can take an upward of 20 images to create one of her works. She enjoys using elements of nature and the world around her in her art. Her carefully curated color choices in combination with painstakingly thoughtful lighting, contrast, and texture lends itself to her empathic vibe and painterly feel.
Each of Natalie pieces are available as limited edition prints only. Once they run out that is it. There will be no more creations of that particular piece. Each print is printed on archival velvet paper, signed and numbered by Natalie herself, and each comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Natalie’s mission is to show you the world through her eyes while also conveying feelings and vibes that just about each and every one of us could relate to in some way. Cheers and enjoy!
-February: Average Arts Magazine featured artist
-April: Almost Real Things Magazine top 10 artists to watch (#4)
-May: Radical Magazine print feature
Broadcast Gallery. In Florida.
-Solo: Frame of Mind Gallery Ormond Beach, FL”You Know that Place Where Light Meets Shadow? That Is here You Will Find Me.”
-Group: Hercinia Arts Collective Toronto, Canada “Going Dark” was featured.
-Group: Glenn Dallas Gallery Santa Barbara, CA “God Is A Woman” “Is It Greener” “Winter” and “Passing of the Light” were featured.
-Group: SE Center for Photography Greenville, SC “Color” show. “Is It Greener” featured.
-Group: SE Center for Photography Greenville, SC “Flora” show. “The Wild Prowess” featured