This digital composite is a bit more “artsy” than is typical and only includes 1 photographic element – an old photograph by Alfred Stieglitz a photographer and gallery owner who is currently at least as well known for being Georgia O’Keeffe’s husband. The other element is a crayon life drawing which, like the photograph, has been heavily manipulated with Photoshop effects. Continue reading Two Women
There seems to be an unending list of things I should do.
There even seems to be an infinite list of things I actually want to do. Continue reading Laziness, procrastination, indecision, apathy, or preoccupation – you pick.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. Continue reading In The Sights
The grandchild of one of the founders of the Boston Museum school (now the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts) Hillsmith was engaged in drawing and other artistic pursuits as a child. Continue reading Mini Biography: Fannie Hillsmith
Warning: This whole post is a plug for Instagram. Continue reading The Wonderful World of Instagram
Born in the NE area of Switzerland, Taeuber attended a trade school and studied textile design in her late teens and painting and design in her early twenties in both Munich and Hamburg. Continue reading Mini Biography: Sophie Taeuber-Arp
Pink Hats is a fairly simplistic digital composite. Originally created during the first 100 days of Target Resistance the composite’s main component is a hot pink target which required only some minor rearranging of the small targets and removing a couple of elements completely. Continue reading Pink Hats
The Philbrook Museum was originally the home of Waite and Genevieve Phillips and is located in Tulsa. Waite, along with his brothers, founded Phillips Petroleum which is now operated and traded as ConocoPhillips. Continue reading Exit Through the Gift Shop, Part 2
Born into a family of modest circumstances, Vuillard finished his early education in 1885 approximately a year after his father died. Continue reading Mini Biography: Édouard Vuillard
I consider Distortion a Digital Composite although no photographs were used in it’s creation. Continue reading Distortion
This post is NOT about the 2010 Banksy movie entitled Exit Through The Gift Shop (although if you haven’t seen the movie yet you should.) It is instead about the inequality of museum gift shops – specifically art museum gift shops. I’ve been to an alien museum (Roswell, NM), a wax museum (Wash., DC), a Museum of Osteology (OKC, OK), and the National Museum of … Continue reading Exit Through The Gift Shop, Part 1