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Frederic A Reinecke

Frederic A Reinecke

Muskegon, MI

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Frederic A. Reinecke has a BFA in Art & Photography form Central Michigan University. For the past 29 years Reinecke has operated FAR Photography. A commercial photography studio servicing the West Michigan Area.

Reinecke's photographic services are Architectural, Industrial, Product, along with Corporate and Family Portraiture. Primarily providing photography for business.

List of past clients.
Muskegon Museum of Art, Brunswick, Edgewater Industries, Grand Valley State University, Eckert Wordell Architects, C3 Communications, Consumers Energy, Michigan Consolidated Gas, Knoll Group, Herman Miller, Automated Industrial Motion, Reid Tool, Michigan Spring, Quality Tool and Stamp, Pizza Hut, Wesco Inc., Tridonn Construction, Fairfield Inn, Northshore Women's Lifestyle Magazine, Active Manufacturing, Fleet Engineers, SAFHolland, SPX Corporation, Coles Bakery, Muskegon County Community Foundation, Mercy Hospital, Young and Hermanson Advertising, Muskegon Magazine, Muskegon Chamber of Commerce, K&L Industries, Shellcast Foundries, Eagle Ottawa Tannery, along with many Realtors and local small business owners.

As a fine artist Reinecke's work has been exhibited in several Michigan Galleries & and Museums. Including the Muskegon Museum of Art. Grand Rapids Art Museum, Lansing Museum of Art, the Kalamazoo Institute of Art, the Krasl Center, St.Joseph Michigan.

Corporate Collections include SPX,Muskegon Museum of Art, Knoll, Gran Haven Furniture Co. Grand Valley State University and Muskegon Community College.

Reinecke's fine art photography can be found at.
The gift store at the Muskegon Museum of Art and the Red Lotus Gallery, Muskegon.

 

Photo Type

Still Life

West Michigan Scenics

Floral Series

Black and White Studies

Spirit Mask Series

Dance

Hot Pepper Series

European Travels

Garden of My Mind Series

Abstract Zoom Series

Oh Baby its Cold Outside

Planes Trains and Automobiles

Steel Men Fighting

Karate Studies

Get Out of The Way

Altered States

Raw Color

The Female Form