Good morning and welcome to the day before the tour! It is a rainy Friday, with not much promise of sunshine for the weekend. Let’s face it, your best option for brightening up your weekend is a fun trip with a few of your favourite people to see all kinds of art!
Our last featured media are probably the least messy and the youngest of the lot. Photography has been with us for over a century and a half, but digital art is as new as it gets, blossoming with the computer age. Digital art can be created with software from scratch (much like painting with a brush), it can be mathematically based, or it can be photography based, which is why these media have been put together. Sometimes people even create digital art and then use that as their reference for painting!
Check these artists out:
at Location #17
Fine art photography reflecting a passion for travel. “See the world through my lens”.
at Location #16
Photographic art with a unique perspective.
at Location #3
Vivid watercolours and digital art reflecting nature’s patterns with depth and unique vision.
liannetodd.wordpress.com & fractaliart.com
This concludes our series of guides to studio tour artists according to the media they use. If this is your first encounter with these guides, be sure to have a look at the others in the blog. Along with each artist listing, their Location numbers are each linked to an individual map. A summary of all artists by location is also available. You may wish to find them on the entire map of the tour, and plan accordingly. If you are familiar with the tour, maybe try visiting some locations you’ve never been to before. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!
See you tomorrow and Sunday, 10 to 5 pm. Admission is FREE! Look for the red signs and sometimes red flags.