Artwork by Mae Wertz
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Masked Rider Statue by Mae Wertz
Memorial Circle at Sunset by Mae Wertz
Texas Tech University Seal and Blue Sky by Mae Wertz
Classical Image of the Texas Tech University Seal by Mae Wertz
Cotton Farm by Mae Wertz
Texas Tech University Seal at sundown second image by Mae Wertz
Masked Rider by Mae Wertz
Double T Score Board by Mae Wertz
Carol of Lights at Science Building by Mae Wertz
Tech World by Mae Wertz
Masked Rider Statue in BW by Mae Wertz
Dragonfly X-ray by Mae Wertz
Eastern New Mexico University by Mae Wertz
Red Raiders' Cheerleaders by Mae Wertz
Eastern New Mexico Administration by Mae Wertz
Playa Lake at Sunset by Mae Wertz
Texas Tech Spirit Arena by Mae Wertz
Saddle Rock by Mae Wertz
Carol of Lights by Mae Wertz
Tech Fans by Mae Wertz
Texas Tech Health Science Center by Mae Wertz
Fountain of Knowledge by Mae Wertz
School of Education by Mae Wertz
Guns-up Salute by Mae Wertz
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About Mae Wertz
As I remember the interests I have pursued at different times in my life; such as, cooking, sewing, hairstyling, cleaning, storytelling, teaching, and photography, I begin to see a common thread that runs through them--Mae's design and style.
The food I cook is nutritionally balanced and includes a variety of co-ordinate colors. So, when the food is served on a plate, it is appealing, appetizing and balanced in nutrition and color--a plate of art. In 1993, I owned the Mediterranean Market and Cuisine.
In high school and college, I sewed all my clothing. I created outfits that I could buy for a fraction of what it would cost in the store. All thanks to Marlene Gilleroth (a Seventh-day Adventist missionary in Beirut, Lebanon) who taught me how to sew at an early age. In so doing I was more comfortable in my clothing. I also fixed my hair and the hair of many girls that lived in the dormitory at Middle East University in Beirut, Lebanon. When I was through with a hairdo, it was a piece of art. I still fix my own hair.
Cleaning and organizing my house is another aspect of my artistic design and style. Each shelf in my house is its own painting. The artifacts on the shelf are balanced in weight, color, and positioning. I have to teach every person I hire to clean my house--how to clean, dust, and mop in my style. I supplemented my income as a student, by cleaning other people's homes.
And finally, my individual style in storytelling and teaching. I tell children stories with such a drama and involvement on my part and their part that children will always remember the story and the storyteller. It is rewarding when children point me out in crowds or remember the experience twenty years later.
In a similar way, I approach my photography. My style and creativity begin in the field. The composition of a scene I photograph has to be appealing to the eye. It has to be balanced visually and every element within a frame complements the other in size, positioning, color, and exposure. When I download the raw files into Photoshop, I adjust the exposure in Bridge, straighten and crop the image in Photoshop, adjust shadows and highlights, color density, contrast, and at last sharpen the image. The purpose of this workflow is to achieve balance and visual appeal.