Two refugees from the corporate world have started up America Creates, a new artists site with some interesting features. The website is unique for a number of reasons, and stands out among the crowd of wannabe art destination sites. For starters, its creators, Sharon Sinclair and Larry Hitchcock both have extensive creative backgrounds. Larry worked as Creative […]
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My work consists of two kinds of prints: canvas gallery wraps and traditional matted and framed prints. The canvases are all long skinny aspect ratios, both horizontal and vertical; the prints are all 2:3 aspect ratio, so the mix isn’t too glaring in the booth. There is a distinct difference between my canvas prints and […]
Photographers are married to technology In the Yahoo Group ArtshowPhoto, the question was raised the other day — how are digital editions different from traditional darkroom prints? The poster said: …Digital made [photography] harder because now photographers had to learn a new set of tools…it’s like going from tin types to 35-mm processing. Still the […]
The question has been raised… … what separates a photograph from being labeled “fine art” and one from just the regular “photograph” label? IMHO, “fine art” has just become an overused label that people apply to just about everything, hence downgrading the meaning of the term. A photograph is a photograph whether or not you […]