Carol Schiraldi and I will be offering a class with the Studio2Gallery Classroom Series on June on 9 & 10, 2012 in Austin, Texas.
Designed for those fellow compulsive iPhone/app clickers who want to learn more, be in a fun environment, and share creative possibilities using your images. This class will be limited to 12 participants for a hands on participation with our students.
More details will be announced next week at www.studio2gallery.com. I hope you can join the fun! Below is an image taken with my iphone and rendered with Snapseed Drama Filter 2 of my fabulous dog Drake and the artwork we discovered on our walk.
“Aqua Barbie” is in the current exhibit at A Smith Gallery titled “Alterations”, juried by Jill and Dan Burkholder. A reception will be held on November 26, exhibit dates are November 11 – December 18, 2011. Click here to see the accepted images.
“Aqua Barbie” – iPhoneography using Photoshop Express app to crop and BeFunky Pro app using the Grunge 3 effect.
I have “Stratosphere”, my newest artwork featuring iphoneography, (and an extra print of “Aqua Barbie” 😉 ) on view with 13 other artists at the Studio2Gallery exhibit. Also, I can’t wait for you to see my Polaroid designs on the latest bags and clutches which are available for sale. Last chance to visit the art tour is November 19 and 20 from 11am-6pm at 2830 East Martin Luther King Blvd, Austin, Texas 78702. Hope to see you there!
A packed house in the iPhone zone of our “App-aritions” exhibit at Studio2Gallery featuring my work along with Carol Schiraldi, Leon Alesi and Catherine McMillan. The response was overwhelmingly POSITIVE. I dare say, iPhone imagery is here to stay. Each artist had 25 images to share in uniform 6″ x 6″ prints mounted on Ampersand Board. I felt this display method reinforced that an image is in the eye of the beholder and his creative process. Each artist had their own, strong aesthetic. We are also running a slide show of additional images not on display, which the patrons really seemed to enjoy.