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Corkery Elementary School & Bosley Park Get FREE Art Exhibitions Too!

August 25th, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Photography, Shared Walls by IPaintMyMind™ No Comment yet

Again, we were able to knock out two art exhibitions in one day, first heading to Corkery in Little Village and then Bosley Park in Bridgeport.

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Alternate Perspective Photography from a Renowned Music Video Artist

April 4th, 2016 Posted by Art, Digital, Featured, New York, Photography, Surrealism No Comment yet

His photographs bend space around otherwise familiar cityscapes and natural formations to create new, innovative vistas. Instead of a straight line of trees, we see two orb shaped canopies encompassed by the sky. Instead of a rocky outcropping, the hand of nature itself appears to be reaching upward.

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Creative Family Portraiture from an Artist’s Perspective

March 28th, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Los Angeles, New York, Photography No Comment yet

This artist finds perfection in capturing the moment. Photos of children and family, be it posed or candid, carry with each of them a story behind the stillness. Her photography of women during pregnancy is complimented by a fondness for the personal stories within. From maternity to playtime, she takes on the full journey of the life cycle, pausing along the way to take it all in.

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Surreal Altered Photography by Matthew Coglianese

March 7th, 2016 Posted by Art, Chicago, Collage, Digital, Photography, Surrealism No Comment yet

Today, Colgianese’s work emphasizes the appearance of big banks in his digitally altered photographs. Colgianese says that he draws the most enjoyment from altering images because in this step of his creative process the “visual truth” is in his hands. He is able to create something that could never exist otherwise.

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Finding Order in the Chaotic Abstract Art of Juun Y.

February 29th, 2016 Posted by Abstract, Art, Featured, New York, Paintings, Photography, San Francisco, Street Art No Comment yet

Juun Y states,”A creative mess is preferable to an idle neatness,” which works perfectly to represent the artwork he produces. Even though his work is very abstract and unique, it all makes sense and is wonderful to look at.

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Vintage California Photography by Maya Soffia

February 22nd, 2016 Posted by Art, Los Angeles, Mediums, Photography No Comment yet

Preferring to work with the cooler tones of the color wheel, Soffia also frames her images in a subtle vignette of blurring, affecting the likeness of vintage photography. She knows the best time to shoot with sunlight; her photos are always relaxed with a mixture of sun soaked surfaces and lens flair – thick with haze in the air.

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Between Photography, Design & Inviting Shadows Lies Recognize Duplexity

January 4th, 2016 Posted by Art, Chicago, Featured, Photography No Comment yet

The suggestions in the shadows allow more room for thought, as evidenced by the Chicago based photography duo, Recognize Duplexity or ReDu.

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Hoopis Financial, Our Latest Shared Walls™ Partner

December 15th, 2015 Posted by Art, Chicago, Digital, Featured, Photography, Shared Walls by IPaintMyMind™ No Comment yet

We’re excited to have seen the Shared Walls™ model gain traction with awesome partners like Hoopis Financial being the backbone of growing our mission.

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Hali Helfgott’s Street Photography Sets Still Life in Motion

December 15th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Los Angeles, Photography No Comment yet

Helfgott’s frontal and contained perspective allows for an angular dimension within the frame, suggesting a life outside of the box. Whatever her subject – skate boarders, shoe buyers, beach bums, selfie takers and subway users all look like their photo was captured just as they were about to turn around or walk away – still life in motion.

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Lorna Simpson’s Artwork Delves Into History with Abstract Ink Portraits

December 1st, 2015 Posted by Art, Collage, Featured, Mixed Media, New York, Paintings, Photography No Comment yet

Simpson’s sparse, sepia portraits depict women with anonymity – we see only the line of a shoulder blade or the sweep of a collarbone. This universalizes their bodies but also confronts us with an almost unnerving intimacy. These photos are then interwoven, thematically and literally, with the artifacts of a dark history – braids of hair, lonely shoes, empty dinner plates, and abandoned slave quarters.

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