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Marcie Scudder Vermont Photography Prints

Discover Marice Scudder’s local, fine art landscape photography. Marcie captures the quiet charm she sees in Stowe, Vermont landscapes, barnyards, and wildlife.

Vermont Photography From a Yogini’s Perspective

Marcie lives and works in Stowe, VT, where she puts her imagination and style into photographing scenes she sees. Many of her photos are taken on early morning walks around her home, capturing images of barns, cows, landscapes, or wildlife. Marcie’s photos capture the feeling which attracts so many of us to rural Vermont. As a devout Yogini she tries to recreate in her photography the serenity she feels while practicing yoga.

“My art acts as a visual and verbal expression of simplicity, silence, solitude and self. With nature as my canvas and universal muse, I speak to the hidden magic in the smallest details, the quietest moment, in the pauses and unseen silence in the in-between. My art is an ever-evolving process - like a meditative vinyasa practice; a continuous connection between movement and breath.” ~ Marcie Scudder

Bold Colors and Clean Lines

Marcie's barnyard photography shows the quiet charm which brings so many people to Vermont. Bold colors and clean lines mix easily with her natural subjects. Whether photographing barns, cows, landscapes, or birds, Marcie finds the beauty in unexpected compositions. We’re excited to add Marcie Scudders to our list of Vermont artists in our art gallery at Remarkable Things. The rural scenes portrayed in Marcie’s photos are near and dear to our hearts as we experience them every day from our gallery home in Stowe, VT. We think everyone deserves to experience the beauty and peace of rural Vermont.

Handmade Frames Complement & Protect

Each photograph is available with a museum quality frame by Lassie Barile of Vermont Framemakers in nearby Waterbury Center. Lassie has created a beautiful barnboard brown wooden frame to complement the rustic and neutral tones of Marcie’s prints. The frame and glass are museum conservation quality and offer a 99% UV protective filtering glaze, anti-reflective glass, acid free foamcore, mat board, foamcore and dry mounting.

Established in 1982, Lassie is well-known for her unique, one-of-a-kind frames she handcrafts and finishes in-house. She uses the best materials and guarantees her work will protect and preserve the artwork allowing it to be admired for years to come.