Archive for the ‘Digital Art’ Category

Visualize Whirled Peas

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Here’s a fun way to promote World Peace. This Visualize Whirled peas design is available on a Coffee Tray and other products.

Visualize Whirled Peas Coffee Tray

Visualize Whirled Peas Coffee Tray

Hearts Rock by Kent Lorentzen

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Here’s a piece of digital art I did while thinking of Valentine’s Day and a Grandpa and Grandma still in Love after being together for a very long time.

The artwork is simple basic shapes that bring to my mind the essence of a passionate long lasting love.

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The Hearts floating in the air above the couple sitting in their rocking chairs represent their love for each other.

Why is it that a simple uncluttered image can often show an emotion the best?

Brixworth Church – Winter by Colin Bailey

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

Today’s featured art is Brixworth Church – Winter by Colin Bailey

Here’s a nice Digital Painting of All Saints Church Brixworth. The steeple stretches into the sky with birds flying over the roof. Gravestones are in the foreground. It could almost be a spooky Medieval scene, if it was just a bit darker, and dusk was falling.

The church is a Medieval building from around 680 AD and is the largest surviving Anglo Saxon Building in England.

New art featured regularly, courtesy of the artists at Loxly Gallery.

The Golden Hind by Edward Kinnally

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Today’s featured art is The Golden Hind by Edward Kinnally

This is a great, almost surreal, artwork with a distant ship (The Golden Hind) surrounded by swirling multi-colored clouds and reflections off the water. What a beautiful panorama!

This is a limited run piece of art, as the artist is limiting the number of prints to 100. You do have a choice of many different sizes, papers, or canvas to get a print on. And… Any print from Imagekind gives you lots and lots of framing options.

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New art featured regularly, courtesy of the artists at Imagekind.

Loxly Gallery Giclee Print Review

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

I received a package from Loxly Gallery today with a 13 x 17 inch giclee print. It arrived by Priority Mail in nice sturdy cardboard.

Envelope from Loxly Gallery

Envelope from Loxly Gallery

I found the giclee print inside stunning. It’s a fantasy / science fiction work by Elizabeth Edwards.

Can You Hear Me? - Click on image to View Larger.

Can You Hear Me? - Click on image to View Larger.

My photograph really doesn’t do it justice. The detail and colors, of the planet and swirling nebula are amazing. Great artwork and a great print.

Close - up clipping of my photo.  Click on the image to View Larger.

Close - up clipping of my photo. Click on the image to View Larger.

This close up clipping from the photo shows some of the detail. The detail shows much better when seeing it in person.

You can compare these photos to how the art is show on Loxly Gallery…

Can You Hear Me? by Elizabeth Edwards

This is the image as shown at Loxly Gallery

And… For a bit of perspective on the print’s size… A photo with a model artfully directing your attention to the print, seemed appropriate. Not having a lovely professional model handy… I pretended to show off the print like a good looking model would. 😛

Print in relationship to a person.  Click on image to View Larger.

Print in relationship to a person. Click on image to View Larger.

Now I need to find a frame and get the print in it, in order to show it off!

To sum things up… A Thumbs Up, for both Loxly Gallery and artist Elizabeth Edwards! 😀

Award Winning Rhino Ruminations by Kinnally

Saturday, December 6th, 2008

Today’s featured art is Rhino Ruminations by Edward Kinnally

This Rhino is such a fine interesting artwork that it was the overall winner of 1stAngel’s online 2008 Animal Art contest. It’s easy to see why it did so well.

It looks like an amazing amount of detail and intricate work has gone into creating a captivating image out of little blocks. It makes me think of mosaic work done with small tiles.

Congratulations Edward, and to the rest of the winners in 1stAngel’s in the Animal Art contest.

New art featured regularly, courtesy of the artists at Imagekind.

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