Doing all sorts of things...
Well, I love Digital Art and Photography. I try to get better each day. It's my passion to create fantasy, to reach new levels and to learn more and more. I know I need much more practice, but I'm motivated and willing to learn every little thingy about creating better fantasies. I feel excited about expressing emotions in a digital way. Hope you like my stuff anywaySep 19th, 2012
I'm 23 and I'm an amature photographer who enjoys photographing and sharing the beauty that surrounds us everyday. I was born in Portland Oregon. I lived most of my life on the Washington and Oregon side by the Columbia Gorge, a few years in Pleasant Hill Oregon were i live now and a year in Pennsylvania. I had a bad childhood when i lived with my mother till i was 9 years old and lots of other bad things have happened to me in my life. But that's what has made me who i am today. I got in to photography when i was about 14 - 15 years old. I saw that photography helped me show the way i felt and made me forget all the bad and pain that has and was going on in my life; somethings just never go away. I like how photography helps me show people what i think is beautiful threw my eyes. My friends and family say i have a good eye for photography and a loving heart when it comes to my writing Which is really nice to know they have my back. I don't steal other peoples work that's just wrong everything you see on my gallery i photographed myself. I don't like when other's steal my work or say i do when they know its my photographs or writing they have stolen from me. In my eyes stealing other peoples photographs or other work just shows your not a true photographer and you don't have any respect for other's; Lying doesnt get you any where. I love nature, i like taking photos in the natural lighting and of whatever catches my eye. I hope everyone likes and enjoys my photography. CAMERA I USE Make:NIKON Model:COOLPIX S8100 Just so you all know I do upload my photogaphy pictures sometimes with my iphone. MY PHOTOGRAPHY SITES I have three websites I show my photography on this link I don't sell to much on but I get a lot of feedback and I enjoy this site very much I also show some of my Self-Portraits and journals on there. http://ranae190.deviantart.com/#/d4zzkka Snapped for you is a nice site i enjoy showing my photographs on there and its easy to use. I like how ever photo you want is only $4 a print. So if you like any of my photographs thats a good site to buy from me. http://snapped4u.com/galleries/1395 I also have a Facebook photography page so go like my page! :) http://m.facebook.com/RanaeCrowleysPhotographyMar 6th
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Lowbrow is a widespread populist art movement with origins in the underground comix world, punk music, hot-rod street culture, and other subcultures. Lowbrow art often has a sense of humor - sometimes the humor is gleeful, sometimes impish, and sometimes it is a sarcastic comment. The single most common tactic that Lowbrow artists employ is to poke fun at convention. They know the "rules" of art, and consciously choose not to abide by them. If the test of time for legitimacy (as an artistic movement) means that Lowbrow speaks/spoke, in visual terms, to the millions of us who share a common cultural, symbolic language - albeit a "lower" or "middle" class, media-driven language - then, yes, Lowbrow is here to stay. Anthropologists will probably study Lowbrow in the future, to attempt to figure out late 20th and early 21st century U.S. societal influences.May 18th, 2012
I'm a self taught illustrator from the Philippines. My artworks usually focus on surreal/dreamy looking scenery/subjects/concepts. I do traditional illustrations using pencils,ballpoint pens, colored pencils, watercolors, makeup, coffee and pretty much what ever there is that i can utilize to make an artwork (mixed media etc.) I also do digital paintings and vector/vexel artworks using PS, AI and Paint Tool SAI. My dream is to become a childrens book illustrator. As of today, I'm still trying to find and learn more techniques in drawing to improve my illustrations. =)Sep 3rd, 2012
http://www.facebook.com/christopherohoski Born in South-Western, Ontario, Canada, Christopher O'Hoski studied art history, painting, drawing, design and arts education at Sheridan College, the Dundas Valley School of Art and the Royal Conservatory. O'Hoski primary creates his work using Acrylic and Oil, but still finds favour in using Watercolour. To date, Christopher has exhibited in New York, Washington, Atlanta, Austin, Brooklyn, San Francisco and Toronto, while recently being published in International Contemporary Artists Volumes I, II and III out of Greece and New York . Né au Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario, Canada, Christopher O'Hoski a étudié en histoire de l'art, peinture, dessin, design, et l'enseignement artistique au Collège Sheridan, l'École d'Art Dundas Valley et le Conservatoire Royal. Christopher peint essentiellement en acryliques et en huiles, mais se trouve souvent inspiré par l’aquarelle. Christopher a exposé à New York, Washington, Atlanta, Austin, Brooklyn, San Francisco et Toronto. Récemment, sont travail a été représenté dans le manuel International : Contemporary Artists Vol. I. ,publié en Athènes, Grèce.Mar 31st, 2010