|Camille Allen just loves creating sculptured babies, a delightful daughter-in-law learning the trade from a loving grandmother! Check out this site for a unique art form along with the option to add these babies to your home collection of dolls.
AskART is an online database containing
more than 34,000 American artists whose lives and work span the
time from pre-Columbus settlers through modern art expressionists.
AskART is an educational resource for students and aficionados
alike. Our clients include collectors, gallery owners, appraisers,
curators, advisors, museums, libraries, scholars, and students
of fine art. - http://www.askart.com/
of Australia's Top End -
Denise's color art of the local
birds from her newest book, 'Birds of Australia's Top End,' continues
to be outstanding in detail and honest rendering, these little
works of art sure to one day become classic images from the world
of natural artists of the Outback. (To see the contents of her
book, enter her site from the homepage below selecting "Books"
from her main menu . . . or click on the above book cover.)
Denise Goodfellow came to the
Top End of Australia in 1975. Early on she first worked as a music
teacher, then later amazingly evolving to became a legalized buffalo
hunter after being adopted into the Aboriginal Tribe that was
located near North Darwin, her mother part Aborigine. She has
since been active in changing the way Australians use their land,
which started in 1981 when she stood before the Darwin City Council
in an attempt to save local mangroves.
She now instructs the Aborigine
on how to use computers and to stand up for their rights, their
usually being treated by Australians similar to the way the American
Indians are treated in the United States. Her 'Baby Dreaming'
project is now helping the Aborigine to promote tourism on their
designated land that was provided to them the Australian Government,
in turn learning to run the territory as a business that will
support themselves and their families. It's other purpose is to
continue to develop the Aborigine Heritage for the world to enjoy
and learn from.
She has now worked for twenty
years as a biological consultant, specialist bird guide, writer,
In 2000, she was contracted
to work as interpreter / transcriber on the 'Lonely Planet's Guide
to Aboriginal Australia.' Denise also lectures in environmental
studies for the University of New South Wales' summer school.
She is specifically an adopted
member of the Ngalanbali clan of the Kunwinjku people . . . and
a very special personal friend. Please contact Denise if interested
in hiring her for a personal tour of the Outback, the best authority
on the birds of Northern Australia. - http://www.earthfoot.org/guides/goodfell.htm
are worth a thousand words, then self-taught artist Kevin A. Williams
has created enough elements of love, intimacy and passion on canvas
to write a book.
The sensual art that he creates
is among the most contemporary African-American art of our time.
Moon Review -
The Blue Moon
Review (founded as The Blue Penny Quarterly) has been published
continuously since early 1994, making it one of the oldest living
literary magazines online, and one of the few with an ongoing
and faces on the masthead have changed over time, the magazine
was founded, and continues to be directed and published, by Doug
Lawson. Contributors to BMR are some of the most lauded writers
around, including winners of Best American Short Story & Guggenheim
awards, fellowships from the NEA and other institutions. They
publish work offline in top literary journals you may have heard
of, places like the Paris Review, Glimmer Train Stories, Poetry,
Zoetrope, Story, and elsewhere. Oh, and they also publish books.
Bluestockings mission statement
writes it is a radical bookstore, fair trade cafe, and activist
center in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Through words, art,
food, activism, education, and community, they say they strive
to create a space that welcomes and empowers all people. They
also actively support movements that challenge hierarchy and all
systems of oppression, including but not limited to patriarchy,
heterosexism, the gender binary, white supremacy and classism,
within society as well as their own movements.
They seek to make their space
and resources available to such movements for meetings, events,
and research. Additionally, they offer educational programming
that promotes centered, strategic, and visionary thinking, towards
the realization of a society that is infinitely creative, truly
democratic, equitable, ecological, and free.
is an experimental venue marrying literary arts and interactive
media. Original projects are brought to life every three months
through creative collaboration between writers and artists.
of Music -
BAM's current programming
consists of the Next Wave BAM's Festival each fall (which celebrated
its 20th anniversary; a spring season of international opera,
theater, and dance; a comprehensive Education & Humanities
program, and a variety of community programs. Recent additions
include BAMcafé, a restaurant and live music venue, opened
in 1997 in the third floor Lepercq Space, and BAM Rose Cinemas,
a four-screen theater which opened in 1998. One screen is devoted
to BAMcinématek, offering daily screenings of repertory
classics and special festivals, with frequent guest speakers.
The Shakespeare & Co. BAMshop features books, recordings,
videos, and gift items geared to BAM's audiences.
Bruno's Sculpture Garden -
Bruno Torfs was born in South America and lived there with his family till the age of fifteen. At this point the whole family made the move to Europe in seek of new opportunities.
After training and working as a sign writer Bruno made a gradual transition to become a fulltime artist. Through his diverse talents and a spirit for adventure Bruno created a unique style full of culture and character. This was achieved through many trips around the world, both alone and with his wife Marleen.
Sketching the scenes and faces of his journeys allowed Bruno to return home and make oil painting and sculpture versions of his experiences. These artworks would then be sold in a series of annual exhibitions hosted in the lower levels of the family home. - http://www.brunosart.com/about.htm
Camouflage Art by liu bolin -
"liu bolin is a young beijing based artist who has exhibited primarily in china until last year’s solo show at Paris’ Galerie Bertin Toublanc and a group show with the gallery in miami. he recently finished up a show at eli klein Fine Art in New York [City,] showcasing a variety of his pieces including some form the series ‘camoflague’. this series is an exploration of human nature and animal instincts which features chinese citizens painted to blend into their surroundings. the subjects are covered head to toe in paint, camouflaging themselves in front of the chinese flag, a billboard or downtown beijing." Copy source: designboom
Photo souce: http://www.kleinsungallery.com/artist/liu_bolin/works/
Cinema Volta consists of John
Maxwell Hobbs, a stack of electronic equipment, musical instruments
in various states of disrepair and occasional collaborators. He
is an electronic musician based in Stockholm Sweden who has been
working with computer multimedia and telecommunications for more
than eighteen years.
For much of the '90s he was
the Producing Director of The Kitchen in New York where he produced
the work of Philip Glass, DJ Spooky, David Hykes and many others.
He is the Vice President of the board of directors of Vanguard
Visions, an organization dedicated to fostering the work of artists
experimenting with technology and also serves on the Digital Arts
subcommittee of the Mayor's Council on New Media in New York City.
His interactive composition Web Phases was one of the winners
of ASCI's Digital '98 competition. He has collaborated with artist/programmer
Mark Napier on Ripple, an interactive musical instrument. - http://www.cinemavolta.com/
Clarklittle Photography -
In less than three years, Clark has gained national and international recognition for his North Shore shorebreak wave photography with appearances on television shows Good Morning America, Inside Edition, The Today Show, and ABC World News Now. Clark’s work has been featured in many publications and newspapers including Paris Match (France), La Vie (France), Sierra Magazine (US), Geo (Germany), Nature’s Best Photography (US), Practical Photography (UK), Rangefinder (US), The Guardian (UK), The Telegraph (UK), Daily Mail (UK), Metro (UK), The Australian, Herald Sun (Australia), People's Daily (China), Kyunghyang Shinmun (S Korea), Surfer’s Journal, Surfer Magazine, Surfing Life (Australia), Nalu (Japan), Hana Hou (Hawaiian Airlines) among others. - http://www.clarklittlephotography.com/
Hahlbohm Inspirational Art -
Danny Richard Hahlbohm is an
American artist of inspirational painting born in Mineola, New
York, in 1948. His most famous painting and the one that got the
art world's attention is Footprints in the Sand, which you can
see on his site.
His wonderful works have
hung in the New Bedford Whaling Museum, the Swanson Gallery
of San Francisco, Corner Stone Gallery in Dublin, Scotland,
the Americana Gallery in Carmel, California, and the 5th Avenue
Studio Gallery in Mount Dora, Florida.
Don Marco - Master Crayola Artist -
Don Marco was born in Northern Minnesota in the late 1920's. His interest in art was evident even before starting school. As a young adult in the Army Air Corp, he began his life's career in Air Traffic Control, which continued until his retirement from Honolulu International Airport in 1973. Much of his spare time was spent as a professional artist.
Before retirement, Don started developing a technique to create fine art using Crayola Crayons. Shortly after retiring he published his first print. Living in Southern California, his work was in demand including commissions from Burt Reynolds and a one-man show at his Dinner Theater in Florida. -
Eckman Fine Art -
Home of the World's Premier Fine Art & Cast Paper Sculpture:
"The Eckman Fine Art website is arranged in categories organized in photos with text and titles found below. On the site is the art of Allen and Patty Eckman as well as biographical data. Much of the art can be ordered directly from this site. Also for artists interested in learning with "The Eckman Method® Cast Paper Sculpture", there are a wide variety of DVD's, Project Lessons™, materials and tools that can be ordered. Allen and Patty Eckman have developed all these so artists can achieve the same results as they do. There are no substitutes for these EFA papers and casts for the Eckman Method®."
"Eckman Method® of Cast Paper Sculpture is a proprietary trademark. Since 1988, Patty and Allen have developed and perfected the medium of cast paper far beyond any other artists in the world. Their work is considered by many critics to be the premier of the industry. Since the paper is acid-free, the sculptures are all museum quality. 'We have really enjoyed the development of our fine art techniques over the years, and have created a process that is worth sharing,' said Allen Eckman. 'We believe there are many artists and sculptors who will enjoy this medium as much as we have.'” - http://eckmanfineart.com/
Poetry Center -
amount of e-poetry, in its various forms, on the Web is astounding.
A simple Google search on the word poetry returns over 9 million
results. This bibliographic article attempts to highlight interesting,
unusual, or even simply illustrative examples. It is not an attempt
to exhaustively catalog e-poetry resources or to judge them in
any way." Cynthia D. Shirkey -
Eric Alan Grohe "Art of Transformation" -
"Eric Alan Grohe is the business of the "Art of Transformation." He was born in New York City, and later moved to the West Coast where he currently resides in Seattle, Washington. His professional career as a graphic designer and illustrator began in Seattle in 1961, briefly interrupted by a tour of duty in Vietnam. Back at home, Eric was hired as a graphic designer by Naramore, Bain, Brady & Johanson, a national architectural firm. Later he worked with the Cambridge University archaeology dept., illustrating digs in France, Greece, Israel and England. Returning stateside, Eric returned to New York City for a while as a freelance illustrator. Throughout his 43-year career as a professional artist, Grohe has received national recognition for his work, which is now focused on painting figurative and architectural murals for clients throughout the country. - http://www.ericgrohemurals.com/index.html
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Facets Video, a division of
Facets Multimedia, is one of the nation's largest distributors
of foreign, classic, cult, art, and hard-to-find videos. We search
the world for artistically important film on video - bypassing
many mainstream releases to focus on the rare and the unusual.
As a result, Facets' 60,000 (and growing!) title inventory is
an astounding video collection unlike any in the world, famous
for its breadth and diversity. - http://www.facets.org/
While we know that many links to the details of this specific site do not work, which we try to avoid when selecting Web URLs to place on Freedom is Knowledge, its links to other Faerie Art sites are all hot and show a truly interesting and amazing collection of novice and professional artists who enjoy dabling in or dedicating their lives to the world of fantasy art. Some are very serious business entrupauners that provide all kinds of formats for purchase with some sites showing many categories that can include Faeries, Angels, Dragons, Beasts, Mermaids, and Goddesses. It also includes sites to Faires and Festivals, the motifs delightful and flowing.
So if you're into Faerie Art, we believe you'll love this collections of links. Webmaster - http://www.thefairygathering.com/fairy-artists.shtml
The first permanent home
for the museum was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. He envisioned
a building that not only broke the rectilinear grid of Manhattan
but also shattered existing notions of what a museum could be.
He conceived of its curving, continuous space as a "temple
of spirit" where viewers could foster a new way of looking.
Named the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in honor of its founder,
the building opened in 1959, drawing huge crowds and stirring
considerable controversy. It has never lost its power to excite
and provoke, standing today as one of the great works of architecture
produced in the twentieth century.
The Sand Sculpture Society is a Registered Non-Profit Society. The gate money goes to pay for: prize money; sculptors’ travel, accommodation and meals; 24-hour security guards; fencing; security lights; etc. etc. etc... . At present it costs about $130,000 to put on the contest.
Sand and water are the only materials allowed in the World Championships. Having each tiny grain of sand in contact with tiny droplets of water is what holds the sculpture together. Compressing the sand and water by pounding it into forms is one of the easier ways to achieve this.
The real enemy of the sculptures is a hot, dry wind that sucks the moisture from the sculpture and allows individual grains of sand to blow away in the wind. Rain, even heavy rain, actually strengthens the sculpture. After the sculptures are carved, we spray each completed sculpture with a product called "WeatherTect II" which is a water-soluble polymer that helps keep the water in. WT II is bio-degradable and environmentally friendly & was developed by the U.S. Navy to stop the erosion of sand dunes. Even WT II will not keep a sculpture intact if it wasn't built properly in the first place. - http://www.sandcastlecentral.com/
of Museum & Library Services -
The Institute of Museum
and Library Services (IMLS) is an independent federal agency that
fosters leadership, innovation, and a lifetime of learning. IMLS
supports all types of museums, from art and history to science
and zoos, and all types of libraries and archives, from public
and academic to research and school. IMLS expands the educational
benefit of these institutions by encouraging partnerships. - http://www.imls.gov/
Claiming to be the world's largest online
Gallery, InterART offers you everything you can imagine from the
world of art. They have over 15.000 paintings online for the BEST
price available. So they are confident that you will find everything
you ever wanted. The delivered workds are original oil paintings.
No low quality 'Canvas transfers'. Each painting comes with a
certificate guaranteeing you that it is a hand painted oil painting.
Read the FAQ on the site for more details and see the testimonials
they have received. - http://www.interartny.com/
Getty Trust -
The programs of the J. Paul
Getty Trust focus on the visual arts in all of their dimensions,
serving both general audiences and specialized professionals.
Explore Art at Getty
Japanese Farmers of Inakadate, Japan -
Stunning crop art has sprung up across rice fields in Japan. But this is no alien creation - the designs have been cleverly planted. Farmers creating the huge displays use no ink or dye.
Instead, different colours of rice plants have been precisely and strategically arranged and grown in the paddy fields. As summer progresses and the plants shoot up, the detailed artwork begins to emerge. And over the past few years, other villages have joined in with the plant designs.
Another famous rice paddy art venue is in the town of Yonezawa in the Yamagata prefecture.
This year's design shows the fictional 16th-century samurai warrior Naoe Kanetsugu and his wife, Osen, whose lives feature in television series Tenchijin. Various artwork has popped up in other rice-farming areas . . . click here to see time-lapse video and read more from the DailyMail
Jean Dibner is an award-winning
sculptor whose work is in many
private and public collections and exhibited nationally. Her figurative
sculpture, infused with passion and vitality, is a celebration
of the indomitable Spirit within us all. Her subjects express
a variety of feelings, reflect on current events, or communicate
warmth and playfulness. Jean's commissioned works of children
and pets capture not just the likeness of her subjects but their
true essence as well.
In a time when people
grapple with how best to pass on values to future generations,
her sculpture is moving them from pressing and immediate concerns
to a more timeless dimension.
Jean is the founder of
The Beaumont Sculpture Center in Newton, MA where she teaches
figurative sculpture. She is a member of the National Sculpture
Society and a juried member of the New England Sculpture Association
and the Cambridge Art Association. She trained at the School of
the Museium of Fine Arts, Boston, MA and the DeCordova Museum
School in Lincoln, MA. Jean is also known for to many for her
accomplishments as a senior executive in hi-tech corporations.
Jon McNaughton's roots trace back to the small town of Grafton, Utah. He feels a deep love for his pioneer heritage and says it was instrumental in developing his artistic tendencies. Jon and his wife Tammy are the parents of eight children. "We live on a small street named Artist Avenue. It's not because of me; I just want all my children to develop their artistic talents. Life is beautiful when seen through the eyes of an artist." - http://mcnaughtonart.com/
Kendall has read his
poetry at numerous locations in many states and in Europe, as
well as on Manhattan Cable TV and nationally syndicated public
radio. His electronic poetry has been exhibited at many sites
in the USA (including the Franklin Institute Science Museum in
Philadelphia and the Dodge Poetry Festival in Waterloo, New Jersey),
as well as in England, France, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Switzerland,
Australia, the Philippines, and Brazil.
The activities of Light
Work include an Artist-in-Residence program, exhibitions, publications,
grants to Central New York artists, projects for mid-career artists,
and maintaining a collection of contemporary photographic works.
Each year we produce five issues of our publication Contact Sheet
that are distributed to artists, museums, galleries, and subscribers
across the country and internationally. - http://www.lightwork.org/
Lou Majors -
In his pursuit of creating the masterpiece all artists look for in their trade and lifetime, Lou has paid his dues many times over, probably in some cases not very graciously from a few hits from the school of hard knocks. He has lived and worked in several basements, a laundry room, a trailer, twice no place (homeless), lost a marriage, displayed and sold his art on the streets and in flea markets, and has lived so far long enough to enjoy a few mental breakdowns. He survived at times by working beyond his art . . . that is to say behind the counter of convenience stores in the pursuit of paying rent and the annoyance of having to eat.
On the upside he has participated in many interesting art shows from Key West, Florida, to Boulder, Colorado, with a short stop for a few weeks in France, one of his painting finding a home in a museum in Bordeaux. He has even dipped his creative brush of life into magic shows in conjunction with a few loyal peers. Lou obviously has survived some difficult times, our meeting him behind the counter while we were renting videos from Blockbuster.
We have great sympathy for any artist who has had to struggle on the streets and in the alleys of the homeless. It is these artists who have the true passion of loving their art beyond life. We suggest you click on all the links on his Web site shown below for an interesting tour. Then consider purchasing one of Lou's paintings, not to help Lou but to honor what he has gone through to stay true to his trade.
One final note that probably puts an explanation mark on Lou's life. Lou tells us he had a chance meeting with Jerry Garcia at an art show in Atlanta, Georgia, Garcia providing Lou with his home address in anticipation of a few photos of Lou's work. That is where Lou encountered Murphy's Law. Garcia died two weeks later. http://www.art.net/studios/lou/index6.html
We don't know who the artist is, but he seems he might be Eqyptian as the photos lead back to an attribution from an Egyptian Web site. The artist is obviously using all styles of nails, from roofing to brads, each set at a specific angle and height to reflect light for the purpose of creating subtle and amazing shades when the overall image is viewed from a distance (See other photos on site for the subject matter.) This reminds us of the DLP HDTV technology and the millions of mirrors (in micron size) that move slightly to create the image, which is reflected onto the surface of the Hi-Def screen. - http://franksemails.com/pics/nail-art/
The New York Foundation for
the Arts (NYFA) helps artists turn inspiration into art by giving
more money and support to individual artists and arts organizations
than any other comparable institution in the U.S. Our goal is
to provide the time and resources for the creative mind and the
artistic spirit to think, work, and prosper. - http://www.nyfa.org/
Ostrich Egg Art by Tina Boes
Tina is "List Mum" to a group of Egg Artists online and she saysit is amazing the amount of information these artists share with each other. Her art has been passed around the Web as examples of the detail you can get from lasers. But Tina's art is not done with lasers, instead by hand using a basic dremel tool she has mastered.
She has been featured in Egg Art magazines around the world with her work, including Emu's Zine online in 2002. She has won many awards, including Best Of Show competing in an International Eggshell Carving contest hosted by Gary LeMaster, publisher of "The Eggshell Sculptor" Magazine. She went onto the honor of judging the contest, saying it was a richly rewarding experience. - http://wysiwigs.homestead.com/OstrichEggs.html
Pavement Art of Julian Beaver
Julian Beever has made pavement drawings for over ten years. He has worked in the U.K., Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Germany, the USA and Australia. The pavement drawings have included both renderings of old masters plus a wealth of original inventive pieces of work. - http://www.julianbeever.net/
Pete writes, "My paper works have lately been based around an exploration of the relationship between two and three dimensionality. I find this materialization of a flat piece of paper into a 3D form almost as a magic process - or maybe one could call it obvious magic, because the process is obvious and the figures still stick to their origin, without the possibility of escaping.
In that sense there is also an aspect of something tragic in most of the cuts. Some of the small paper cuts relate to a universe of fairy tales and romanticism, as for instance "Impenetrable Castle" inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Steadfast Tin Soldier", in which a tin soldier falls in love with a paper ballerina, living in a paper castle.
Other paper cuts are small dramas in which small figures are lost within and threatened by the huge powerful nature. Others again are turning the inside out, or letting the front and the back of the paper meet - dealing with impossibility, illusions, and reflections." - http://www.petercallesen.com/
Ray Michael Sorensen II - Painter of "The Freedom Rock."
Ray, better known as "bubba," is the son of an Iowa Cattle Rancher and has dedicated a month of each year to painting large boulders located around central Iowa, (some around eight-feet high), that are called his Rock Series. His most famous currently is the Freedom Rock as shown below, one of many painted by Ray for this Patriotic Rock Series that he started around 1999, inspired by the movie Saving Private Ryan.
Ray told NBC Today a few years ago that he paints these boulders using donated latex house paint, making time in May of each year just before Memorial Day to create new patriotic rock paintings. He had wanted to quit the series in 2005, but veteran's groups across the United States begged him to continue his gift to the nation and the men and women who serve in the military.
|One of many boulders painted by Ray.
While Ray has a normal life of earning income to attend to, he has found some business opportunities from his rock art to paint wall murals and to also sell items on his Web site that reflect photos from his Rock Art Series. So for his dedication we have added his work to our site for others to appreciate. - http://www.bubbazartwork.com/
Visit Ray's other site dedicated to his patriotic Rock Art Series.
Museum of Modern Art -
As one of the world's
most innovative museums of modern and contemporary art, SFMOMA
has had an active Web presence for almost ten years. During this
period we have redesigned our site twice, always with the idea
that a museum such as ours should continually strive to improve
the ways in which it serves a diverse public. And, as our collective
understanding of emerging digital technologies has increased,
we felt that perhaps it was time to use the Web to explore our
understanding of the museum itself.
The Smithsonian is committed
to enlarging our shared understanding of the mosaic that is our
national identity by providing authoritative experiences that
connect us to our history and our heritage as Americans and to
promoting innovation, research and discovery in science. These
commitments have been central to the Smithsonian since its founding
more than 155 years ago. - http://www.si.edu/
"Stephen Wiltshire is an artist who draws and paints detailed cityscapes. He has a particular talent for drawing lifelike, accurate representations of cities, sometimes after having only observed them briefly. He was awarded an MBE for services to the art world in 2006. He studied Fine Art at City & Guilds Art College. His work is popular all over the world, and is held in a number of important collections.
Stephen was born in London to West Indian parents on 24th April, 1974. As a child he was mute, and did not relate to other people. Aged three, he was diagnosed as autistic. He had no language and lived entirely in his own world.." - Steven Wiltshire
Founded in 1994, Troika
Ranch is a digital dance theater company whose mission is to create
live performances that hybridize dance, theater and interactive
digital media, and to share information about their techniques
with others. Based in New York City, Troika Ranch is the collaborative
vision of composer/media artist Mark Coniglio and choreographer
Dawn Stoppiello. Their work explores essential human attributes
in a time of accelerating change and growing physical disconnection.
Turbulence is a project of New
Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. (NRPA), a not-for-profit 501(c)(3)
organization that has as its core mission the commissioning of
net art works by emerging and established artists. Since 1996
we have commissioned, exhibited and archived over 80 original
works for Turbulence, and helped launch the careers of numerous
artists. Turbulence has proven an invaluable resource for quality
new media projects and provided vital material for teaching and
new media initiatives in universities, galleries, festivals, conferences,
and museum exhibits worldwide. - http://turbulence.org/
of Michigan School of Art & Design -
Did you know
that A&D al/ae can be found in such far-flung locations as
China, Tanzania, Istanbul, and even Kalamazoo?
The University of Michigan
School of Art & Design offers both a Bachelor of Arts degree
and a Master of Fine arts degree. At the undergraduate level,
the program integrates art and design, provides a wide range
of media and conceptual studio experiences, laces digital media
into the experience of all students, seeks meaningful connections
to the rich academic environment of the University, and requires
a robust culminating project and public presentation by all
At the Graduate level,
students' educational experiences intentionally and consistently
link creative work with other disciplines. Taking advantage
of its positioning as part of a great research university, the
School requires that MFA candidates develop an intense engagement
with one or more fields of knowledge beyond those traditionally
associated with art and design. In this way, graduates of this
program are better prepared to become creative leaders, locally
and globally. - http://art-design.umich.edu/
For fantastic links to art,
art history, and museum sites all over the world, take a moment
to visit with "Mother."
Is published in Society of Illustrators Annual of American Illustration, HOW Magazine, Reflex Magazine, Problems & Solutions, and Upper and Lower Case Periodical
He's had pieces shown at the New York Art Directors Club, Society of Illustrators Musuem of American Illustration,Spaces Gallery and Jordan River Arts Gallery
Clients include Sideshow Collectibles, Reflex Publications, DC Direct, McFarlane Toys, and Bowen Designs
They took to the hills of Wales armed to the teeth with sheep, LEDs and a camera, to create a huge amazing LED display. Of sorts. For more info search for samsung LED TV or visit samsung.com/LED. It’s actually an ad for electronic giant Samsung and the brainchild of award-winning digital marketing and media company The Viral Factory, whose stylish and creative cyber curiosities have generated over a billion views worldwide since its inception in 2001.
“This is the first film we’ve done that wasn’t heavy on the sex and violence, which just goes to show how effective sheep are!” laughed managing director Toni Smith from her East London offices. “Two million hits in just two days? That’s unreal!" - http://www.theviralfactory.com/
Art Center -
The Walker Art Center, a catalyst
for the creative expression of artists and the active engagement
of audiences, examines the questions that shape and inspire us
as individuals, cultures, and communities.
Artport is the Whitney Museum's
portal to net art and digital arts, and an online gallery space
for commissioned net art projects. The site consists of five major
archive of "gate pages," which function as portals
to net artists' works.
"commissions" area, which presents original net
art projects commissioned by the Whitney Museum.
"exhibitions" space, which provides access to
and information about current and past net art and digital
arts exhibitions at the Whitney.
"resources" archive, which links to galleries,
networks and museums on the Web.
"collection" area, which archives the works of
net art and digital art in the Whitney Museum's holdings.
This is a watering hole
for new media poetry and fiction--indigenously electronic work
that couldn't be realized in print. Hypertext is the mainstay
here, but we also deal in more exotic forms of cybertext, which
exploit such innovations as text-generating algorithms or animated
text that moves and mutates on the screen. Welcome to the world
of hypertextual, interactive, self-generating, kinetic, and multimedia
poetry and fiction. - http://wordcircuits.com/
Unknown Chinese Photographer -
I continue to be amazed at the wonderful talent that is coming out of China, seeing a few of these photography sites published to the Web by some of its citizens.
We have no idea who this is or how to contact them, but enjoy the photography by clicking on the English links titled "Photos" and "Word." Plan to spend about twenty minutes going through these unique photos.
China surely will become the new center of the universe as the United States continues to slip in the world through its corrupt political correctness that suppresses diversity, talent, and innovation in favor of only those who are secular progressive, the new code word for Brown Shirts. - http://www.homestudio.cdd.cn/home03.asp?m_id=22257