Do you remember when you where young and doodled in the pages of your notebook during class? Or perhaps you even do it as an adult when in a rather mundane conference or the like. Well, artist Kurtis Sinclair takes this concept to a new level with what he calls transitory art.
Check out these examples:
According to Sinclair, he leaves index card drawings all over the city like an Easter bunny hides eggs.
And he sees his work as the kind of juvenile distraction you find in the margin of a math textbook.
He doesn’t claim to be the best artist but that’s not necessarily his purpose. The goal is to offer a sense of creative entertainment.
You can see some of his stuff on the Transitory Art Instagram page and visit the official site at transitory.ca.
Many artists tend to specialize in one medium, and sometimes even a subgroup within that. Jessi Pettit is not one of those artists. You can see her work under the name CLR SPLSH Designs which includes some unique abstract photography along with colorful and vibrant painted works.
Here are some samples of her work:
During the last few years, the shelves in stores of all types have seen a major growth in the atsy and entertianing adult coloring book selection. Not only do these books offer an artistic option for people of all ages but it is also a good way to manage stress.
This is one of the reason’s why I’ve decided to begin selling copies of my photography pieces as pages for adult coloring. The shots below show examples from two of the categories (Landscapes and Models) in which you can find pics to order as such pages.
Price is $1.00 each per download.
This is the second post in a series on Google Plus and Facebook groups dedicated to writers and photographers. Here you will be introduced to several online, social groups that can benefit their members in a number of ways.
Part two, Google Plus art groups
Art Buyers and Sellers
Gallery Art +
Sell your art
I work as a web developer and I’m willing to share my knowledge and help others build beautiful/user friendly websites.
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You can find me on Instagram to see the pictures I take, I try to be pretty active there.
These are some of her pieces for your pleasure:
Full-time architect and part-time artist.
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I love making for people watching them light up. Art/design can have such a positive effect on people and really change someone’s quality of life.
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I’m currently in the midst of starting up my own freelance architecture business: Chalker Studio. Like I said, it’s in the works so the website is still under construction.
But if you’d like, feel free to check out my progress: www.chalkerstudio.com.
These are some of her pieces and can be purchased here.
So It Goes
A while ago I happened to come across this video and thought it may be something interesting to share. Any occasion in which people can see art being made while it happens is really cool. Agree?