Welcome to the best little virtual photo-art gallery ever!
If you would like to share a piece of your digitally edited photos that you think is worthy to be called 'art', Photo Art Friday is the place for you. You can read the guidelines for participation here.
This week our optional theme/challenge is to create a piece of photo-art that contains some sort of graffiti. It can be a photograph of graffiti that you have digitally edited or a photograph upon which you have applied text to look like graffiti. As always, any piece of photo-art is welcome. Following the optional challenge is not obligatory - that's why it's optional!
In my last post, I shared a few ideas to help you with the graffiti challenge, one of which where I suggested you might wish to create a piece of graffiti that makes a statement YOU have long been wanting to make ... Can't wait to see the ones that embrace that option!
Here are my photo art contributions for this week:
This already edited photograph had a fence just crying out for a little graffiti ... and ... why not promote one of my favorite things ... TEXTURES.
This piece is an effort to illustrate one graffiti artist replying to another.
I shared a version of this in a previous post, but thought the 'vital' statement bears repeating. :)
Next week's Photo Art Friday (April 5th, 6th)
will have the optional theme or challenge:
col·lage[kuh-lahzh, koh-] Show IPA noun, verb,col·laged, col·lag·ing.
a technique of composing a work of art by pasting on a single surface various materials not normally associated with one another, as newspaper clippings, parts of photographs, theater tickets, and fragments of an envelope.
a work of art produced by this technique. Compare assemblage ( def 3 ) .
an assemblage or occurrence of diverse elements or fragments in unlikely or unexpected juxtaposition: The experimental play is a collage of sudden scene shifts, long monologues, musical interludes,and slapstick.
a film that presents a series of seemingly unrelated scenes or images or shifts from one scene or image to another suddenly and without transition.
verb (used with object)
to make a collage of: The artist has collaged old photos, cartoon figures, and telephone numbers into a unique work of art.