I have learned some surprising things from making at least one new digital image every day for 437 days. 1) I really like making digital images. That may sound obvious, but I didn’t really believe digital art could be as satisfying to create as it has proven to be. And, as you can see, it is pretty hard to be that prolific using physical materials instead of pixels. 2) I like to think that making digital art is like taking a LOT of photographs. You have to wind up with a few
My friend Jane finds hearts everywhere, and has a compelling story to tell why. This Sunday I visited her studio and took some photos of hearts here and there. One of those photos started telling me a story after a few hours of digital experimentation: A Heart Left Hanging Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
…………~ Kahlil Gibran #CWWOL20110926 #KahlilGibran #left #separation #Jane #lefthanging #story #heart #hanging #tell
While walking around Vancouver, I captured the image of a small boy, playing at the base of a fountain. Boy at Fountain I am always amazed at the results that emerge when I flip, cut, draw into, layer, and change colors of images. As each result is related to the original it helps me to flesh out the story that wants to be told. It's Down There Through the City Escape #smallboy #city #changecolors #CWWOL20110823c #cut #CWWOL20110823b #fountain #wantstobetold #layer #CWWOL2011