Been playing with the lighting to keep this series fresh…at least for me;)
All of you creatives who commented on my last post, aiding focus and offering your thoughtful opinions, thank you! I am pleased to report a common thread, with one image the majority favorite. I’m flattered that it has been referred to as classical. I am also delighted that opinions varied widely and for a variety …
Two new posts spotlighting creativity on Portrait of a Girl. Exciting artists from age seven to young adult. Plus new young art on the ART SHARE page.
A dear friend, fabric and an intriguing art exhibit. All came together recently when my friend, who is Exhibitions Manager at the NJ Visual Arts Center, graciously guided me through Textility, the current exhibit. The link will take you to a slideshow of the work. A lovely evening all round.
I though it might be interesting to view a compilation of images that all originate from a single subject.
I thought you might be curious about the origins of the Pause final prints. Below are the oil paintings that are the basis for the final photo print distortions, thus far. Different from paintings as an end product, these paintings are literally a means to an end; serving multiple manipulations and the final photographic prints.
(There is now a “Pause” gallery page on this blog. The tab above or this click will take you there. Clicking on the Behance Network will take you to an edited “Pause” gallery there as well.) Now loyal, patient friends, I will tell you in more personal words than you will read in my artist’s …