Hey folks—can you believe summer’s almost over? Time flies when you’re busy. . . :)
Since Monday is Labor Day here in the US, and I’ve got several projects lined up that I really need to finish, I’ve decided to take a short break from EE and won’t be posting any new articles this week.
Feel free to drop by any time, of course—our normal schedule will return on September 13th (next Sunday).
Here are last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:
Puting the “Wow!” Factor Back In Your Paintings
Light & Latitude: Why Colors Change According to Your Location
The Mysterious Digital Art of Darlene Foster
ArtQuiver.com: Finding Art Online Just Got a Lot Easier
How to Make a Simple Color Chart
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Finally, my "big project" is finished! It’s been a crazy day with a lot going on, but foliotwist.com is finally live and online! Since I’ve kept it a complete secret up until launch, here’s a quick (mostly visual) overview of what it does. . .read more
Today's post is Part 3 of EmptyEasel's "Holiday Artwork Series." As you'll see, I picked three pieces of amazing art that feature some of our fine feathered friends. :) Please click through to learn more about each artist, and don't forget to drop in tomorrow for another round of fantastic hol. . . read more
I'll just come right out and say it: ArtQuiver is, in my opinion, one of the most innovative and refreshingly simple ways to find and buy art online. Period. Through it's one-of-a-kind art recommendation system, every visitor to ArtQuiver.com can receive a truly personalized experience—seeing. . . read more
Slight change of plans today, folks—originally I was going to publish a reader-submitted article entitled "What is Art?" but after more consideration I decided that it drew a little too heavily on quotes from Wikipedia and other online sources. I guess I just wanted more personal opinion and l. . . read more
Darlene Foster's artwork is cloaked in mystery. . . from her shadowy subjects to the amazing digital photo-editing techniques she employs. Darlene began her art career in drawing and painting at the Sarah Brown School of Art in Atlanta, Georgia. She moved to New Jersey in 1977, began incorpora. . . read more
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