Watercolor art print, blue abstract map art on book page, Colonization: Index Straits
A print of my original painting "Colonization: Index Straits": this piece is part of my "Colonization" series in which topographical images develop out of unlikely surfaces, like little worlds growing in unexpected places. The original was painted and drawn in layers of watercolor, ink, and gouache on a torn index page from an antique book. This art print was printed with high-quality pigmented archival inks on acid-free fine art rag paper, is signed below the image, and will be shipped…
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Kenneth Josephson - Artists
20th century and contemporary photography including: Berenice Abbott, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Larry Fink, Lynn Geesaman, Kenneth Josephson, Nadav Kander, Yousuf Karsh, Andre Kertesz, Masatomo Kuriya, Robert Mapplethorpe, Lisette Model, Andrew Moore, Eliot Porter, Marion Post Wolcott, Sebastiao Salgado, Julius Shulman, Sharon Core, Jared Bark, Mary Ellen Bartley.
Retoque fotográfico: Primeros pasos para iniciarte con Photoshop - Iniciación Práctica a la Fotografía Digital
Las primeras nociones de Photoshop son algo imprescindible para cualquier fotógrafo que desee comenzar con la edición digital de sus imágenes.
Book Sculpture, Book Photography, Paper Photo Sculpture
Cara Barer is an internationally recognized Houston based photographer. Cara Barer is well known for her book sculptures, book photography, and paper sculptures.
Massimo Quadrelli/artista. Vive e lavora a Milano. Nato a Firenze nel 1978, laureatosi in Filosofia trascorre lunghi periodi tra Londra e Berlino per approfondire i linguaggi dell’arte contemporane…
Mark Douglas - "Book Number 30", Archival Digital Print Photography
29.5" x 23.5" , Archival Digital Print, Unframed Photographer Mark Douglas’ current body of work explores form using books as subject matter. Photography does several things by default. The first of which, is the presentation of evidence or the creation of documents. Through this documentary nature, photography carries a weight of truth for the viewer, much as the written word. The books are presented on edge, recorded in a contorted state, in an ambiguous space. Thus the ‘truth’, the…