Digital Collage and Painting

Author: Susan Ruddick Bloom

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9780240807058

Category: Computers

Page: 603

View: 495

Digital Collage and Painting proudly showcases the work of twenty-one talented digital artists. Each artist walks you through the creation of a piece of their art and lets you in on their secrets about equipment, software, favorite papers, and how their creative process begins. The artists included are: Audrey Bernstein Paul Biddle Leslye Bloom Stephen Burns Luzette Donohue Katrin Eismann Paul Elson Steven Friedman Ileana Frómeta Grillo Bill Hall Julieanne Kost Rick Lieder Bobbi Doyle-Maher Ciro Marchetti Lou Oates Cher Threinen-Pendarvis James G. Respess Fay Sirkis Jeremy Sutton Maggie Taylor Pep Ventosa
Digital Collage and Painting, 2nd Edition

Author: Susan Bloom


ISBN: OCLC:1153408195

Category: Adobe Photoshop

Page: 0

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If you already know your way around Photoshop and Painter and want to use these amazing programs to take your skills further, this book is for you! Much more than a simple "how-to" guide, Susan Ruddick Bloom takes you on a full-fledged journey of the imagination and shows you how to create incredible works of fine art. Supplemented by the work of 20+ world renowned artists in addition to Sue's own masterpieces, you'll learn how to create watercolors, black and white pencil sketches, texture collages, stunning realistic and fantastical collages, and so much more, all from your original photographs. If you are eager to dive into the world of digital art but need a refresher on the basics, flip to Sue's essential techniques chapter to brush up on your Photoshop and Painter skills, and you'll be on your way in no time. Whether you're a novice or an established digital artist, you'll find more creative ideas in this book than you could ever imagine. Fully updated for new versions of Painter and Photoshop and including brand new work from contemporary artists, Digital Collage and Painting provides all the inspiration you need to bring your artistic vision to light
Slow Painting

Author: Helen Westgeest

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501353086

Category: Art

Page: 240

View: 541

The abundance of images in our everyday lives-and the speed at which they are consumed-seems to have left us unable to critique them. To rectify this situation, artists such as Daniel Richter, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, and Artur Zmijewski have demonstrated that painting is brilliantly equipped to produce 'slow images' that enable, encourage and reward reflection. In this book, Helen Westgeest attempts to understand how various forms of slow painting can be used as tools to interrogate the visual mediations we encounter daily. Painting was expected to disappear in the digital age but, through interactive painting performances and painting-like manipulated photographs and videos, Westgeest shows how photography, video and new media art have themselves developed the visual strategies that painting had already mastered. Moreover, the fleeting nature of digital mass media appears to have unlocked a desire for more physically stable and enduring pictures, like paintings. Slow Painting charts how, in a world where the constant quest for speed can leave us exhausted, the appeal of this 'slower medium' has only grown.
Painting, Photography, and the Digital

Author: Carl Robinson

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527589186

Category: Art

Page: 389

View: 156

This anthology investigates the interconnections between painting, photography, and the digital in contemporary art practices. It brings together 15 contributors, including internationally acclaimed artists Matt Saunders, Clare Strand, Elias Wessel, and Dan Hays, to write about a diverse range of art-making involving medium cross-over. Topics discussed here include reflections on the painted-on-photograph, reordering photographs into paintings, digital collage, printing digital landscapes onto recycled electronic media, viewer immersion in painted virtual reality (VR) worlds, photography created from paint, and the “truth” of the mediums. Underpinned by significant theoretical concepts, the volume provides unique insights into explorations of the mediums’ interconnectivity, which questions the position of the traditional genres. As such, this book is essential reading for practitioners, theorists, and students researching the nature of painting, photography, and digital art practices today.
The Taste of Dark Blue

Author: Vivienne Vermes

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781800469990

Category: Poetry

Page: 200

View: 880

The spring of 2020: lockdown. All over the world cities, countries, continents fall quiet in the face of the Covid crisis. In Paris, a poet discovers in the work of an artist, a reflection of her own deepest experiences. In Israel, the artist finds resonance in the words of the poet.
The Fundamentals of Illustration

Author: Lawrence Zeegen

Publisher: AVA Publishing

ISBN: 9782940373338

Category: Art

Page: 179

View: 774

After a decade of catching up with technology, modern illustration is digitally literate and full of stylistic attitude. Today's illustrators work across a broad range of traditional skills and software and are much in demand. Recognising illustration as a freelance profession, The Fundamentals of Illustration explains best working practices appropriate to all industry sectors, including how to market and promote work effectively. It also includes a useful section on copyright and the legalities of selling work. Accompanied by engaging visuals and examples from the world of professional illustration, The Fundamentals of Illustration offers a unique and comprehensive insight into the world of professional illustration.
1,000 Steampunk Creations

Author: Dr. Grymm

Publisher: Quarry Books

ISBN: 9781610602198

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 320

View: 678

Steampunk is a burgeoning counter-cultural movement; a genre, community, and artform. The Steampunk movement seeks to recapture the spirit of invention, adventure, and craftsmanship reminiscent of early-nineteenth-century industrialization, in part to restore a sense of wonder to a technology-jaded world. Packed with 1,000 full-color photographs, 1,000 Steampunk Creations features a stunning and mind-boggling showcase of modified technology, art and sculpture, home décor, fashion and haberdashery, jewelry and accessories, and curious weapons, vehicles, and contraptions.
Art Therapy in Australia

Author: Andrea J. Gilroy

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004368262

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 454

View: 876

This book maps the postcolonial terrain of art therapy in Australia. It documents Australian approaches that simultaneously reflect and challenge some of the dominant discourses of art therapy. It is visually innovative and addresses four overarching themes: histories, aesthetics, postcolonialism and place.

Art Revolution

Art Revolution

Author: Lisa Cyr

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440317170

Category: Art

Page: 160

View: 640

With an unprecedented array of media and digital tools at their disposal, today's artists are faced with unlimited possibilities for creative experimentation. Never before has there been such innovation in the way art can be conceptualized, produced and presented. Art Revolution is on the cutting-edge, exploring how artists are reinterpreting, reinventing and redefining everything from the surfaces on which they work to the way viewers interact with their finished pieces. This book ventures off the beaten path to track the creative directions and signature styles of twenty-one of today's most visionary artists, including Dave McKean, David Mack, Marshall Arisman and Cynthia von Buhler. Brilliantly illustrated with inventive examples of two-dimensional, three-dimensional, digital and new media art, Art Revolution will inspire you to break out of the confines of traditional thinking, push your content to a higher level, and revolutionize your personal approach to art.
Teaching Elementary Students Real-Life Inquiry Skills

Author: Kristy Hill

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440862496

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 167

View: 375

Fake news and misinformation is everywhere. Learn how to teach elementary students to locate reliable information, evaluate sources, and develop their writing skills in the classroom and in the library. • Provides guidelines elementary students can use to evaluate resources for accuracy and credibility • Explains how to teach students not only where to look for information but also how to gather and use that information • Offers lesson plans that build research and note-taking skills • Teaches inquiry as a mode of learning
Innovations will Change Art Field

Author: Professor Sanjay Rout

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781716256660

Category: Design


View: 258

This innovation in field of arts really have a brilliant destiny, and it seems our smartphones are heading into future when there may be going to be all display all time, giving even more immersive enjoy. The most creative innovations of the digital age came from individuals who have been able to join the arts and sciences. The book describes the destiny improvements in subject of arts that may creates great and resilience. The book is written by Professor Sanjay Rout. It is available in all worlds’ global leading stores.