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Lots of words are used to define art and how it is produced so I have collated some terms that I use and explain more about how I see it.
The words used in this website I explain below:
- Abstract Art is style of painting where colour and form (and sometimes the materials and support) make up the subject of the painting rather than it representing tangible objects or people.
- Contemporary art is the art of today, produced by artists who are living in the twenty-first century.
When creating Digital Art I see technology as an essential part of the creative process. Just swapping out the canvas and the an easel in a studio for a desk and a PC, my techniques are the same really, I paint on a screen and use my pen.
Digital art can be printed on to most surfaces, most popular seem to be at the moment are Metal – Acrylic Glass – Wood – Glass
Flumes – Framed in a black high gloss surround and has been created digitally.
Painting using Watercolour
art medium is where the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-based solution.
Sandstorm is a watercolour original and has been framed in a bronze surround.
art medium is a fast-drying paint containing pigment suspension in acrylic polymer emulsion.
I love the various textures that can be created when using heavy bodied acrylic paints. This is water-soluble, but becomes water-resistant when dry.
Heart of Glass was created using Acrylic Paint on a circular canvas. I then used other media as well as glass and gold leaf.
Art from Art
Art from Art (art medium)
– This is where I have created in this instance Coffee Top Table
on canvas using acrylic paint and media.
I have then photographed and recreated this digitally which in turn created brand new one off digital art as is seen here.
Called Lush and has been framed and purchased by Bellway Homes.
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