04.12.12

THE ARTIST'S GROTTO

The Artist's Grotto Art Gallery is a privately owned online gallery in Queensland, Australia. It carries works created under the signatures Deo Dutchie, Scott Breeman and Schalk Breeschoten. Feel free to visit these artist’s websites at www.dutchieart.com, or www.theartistsgrotto.com. The images on this page are only examples of some of the works of the artists.

Sydney by Schalk Breeschoten

Posted by The Artist's Grotto Art Gallery

02.12.12

CALL FOR ENTRIES – 2ND ANNUAL ALL PHOTOGRAPHY ONLINE ART COMPETITION

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces a call for entries for the gallery’s 2nd Annual “All Photography” online art competition for the month of December 2012. Photographers from around the world are called upon to make online submissions for inclusion in to the Gallery’s January 2013 online group art exhibition. The deadline to apply is December 27th and the winners will receive extensive worldwide publicity. For further information and to apply online http://www.lightspacetime.com

All Photography Online Art Competition

Posted by John R. Math

02.12.12

SEASONS ART EXHIBITION NOW ONLINE AND READY TO VIEW

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is very delighted to announce that its December 2012 online art exhibition is now posted on their website and is ready to view online. The theme for this art exhibition is “Seasons” and artists were asked to interpret and depict the four distinct times of the year, along with scenes and activities associated with those seasons in their art. An international online art competition was held in November 2012 which determined and judged the art for this exhibition. The gallery received submissions from 13 different countries from around the world and they also received entries from 31 different states. Overall, there were 401 entries from 131 different artists that were judged for this art competition. http://www.lightspacetime.com/seasons-art-exhibition-december-2012/

Seasons Online Art Exhibition

Posted by John R. Math

18.11.12

ALISON WATT JACKSON: YESTERYEAR

Life is a passage, time moves on with or without us. Yet we are human and yearn for a sense of belonging and connection. These are the words that welcome us to the new exhibit YESTERYEAR, photographs by Alison Watt Jackson in the Museum of Art’s First Gallery, December 7 – 31, 2012. Among her black and white photographs are long unused ice skates, and a storefront frozen in time. Ms. Watt Jackson manages to find diminutive visual moments in the world around her. Alison Watt Jackson is a fine art photographer who has participated in both solo and group shows throughout the United States and has won several international awards. The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and exhibiting the visual arts. 1010 Broad Street. Hours are 11 am to 5 pm daily, closed Tuesdays. Admission free.

Yesteryear

Posted by San Luis Obispo Museum of Art

15.11.12

BLOOM PROJECTS: VIDEO FEEDABACK: PIXEL BEHAVIORS

Pointing a live video camera at it’s own projection gives what is known as a "video feedback loop". The camera reads the screen and then projects the image, in a repeating vortex. By carefully adjusting the angles and standard controls on a mid-1990's-era video camera, Ethan Turpin isolates the self-sustaining patterns. The real-time animation can move from patterns resembling pantheistic design to microorganisms expanded to a human scale, evoking the uncanny feeling that life has emerged from within the system. Participants can move in the space between the camera and projection screen surface, integrating into the abstracted image.

Ethan Turpin, Video Feedback: Pixel Behaviors #2, 2012, Interactive installation

Posted by Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum

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