Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Kid's Drawings Made Real Through Photo Manipulation!

Zebra

ART
Kid's Drawings
Made Real
Through 
Photo Manipulation!

A dad turns his 6-year-old-son's drawings into visual reality using photo manipulation. The son (Dom) likes to draw and even has his own Instagram account where he posts his favorite pictures. Once Dom has finished a batch of drawings, his dad recreates the creatures using digital photo manipulation. 
Check out these fun photo-fantasies below! 

Goldfish


Elephant



Butterfly


Lion


Penguin


Seahorse


Seal


Dragon


Crab


Rabbit


Giraffe


Lamb


Stripped Tail Lemur
Detail: Stripped Tail Lemur


Farm Animal - Best Guess = "Chicken"


Swan


Antelope


Shark

Bear

Rooster

Frog

Seagull
Rubber Duckie


Jet Plane


Cruise Ship


Space Shuttle



Bicycle



Snow Capped Mountain with Flag

Statue of a Man

Automobile


(Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/kid-drawings-things-i-have-drawn-dom/?page_numb=3 and http://faithit.com/dad-brings-6-year-old-sons-drawings-to-life/)


Until later, 
Jack


ARTSnFOOD is an online magazine dedicated to providing artists and collectors around the world with highlights of current art exhibitions, and to encourage all readers to invest in and participate in “The Joy of Art”® and culture. All Right Reserved. All concepts, original art, text & photography, which are not otherwise credited, are © copyright 2017 by Jack A. Atkinson, under all international, intellectual property and copyright laws. All gallery event museum, fair or festival photographs were taken with permission. All images of artworks are © individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignees.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Enjoying Subway Art During the Frieze Art Week in NYC

View of NYC from the Jersey City Side of the Hudson River!

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Enjoying Random 
Subway Posters
During 
Frieze Art Week
in NYC

"Subway Muses" by Artist Johanna Goodman

"Subway Muses" by Artist Johanna Goodman

"Subway Muses" by Artist Johanna Goodman

"Subway Muses" by Artist Johanna Goodman

#FOLLOWTHEX



Until later, 
Jack

ARTSnFOOD is an online magazine dedicated to providing artists and collectors around the world with highlights of current art exhibitions, and to encourage all readers to invest in and participate in “The Joy of Art”® and culture. All Right Reserved. All concepts, original art, text & photography, which are not otherwise credited, are © copyright 2017 by Jack A. Atkinson, under all international, intellectual property and copyright laws. All gallery event museum, fair or festival photographs were taken with permission. All images of artworks are © individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignee.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Maryam Alakbarli, Beauty as seen by a Down Syndrome Artist

Maryam Alakbarli, "Imitation of Van Gogh", 2015

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Maryam Alakbarli
Gentleness in shapes and colors.


Artists portray what they see and think using their natural talents. Maryam Alakbarli may be the most authentic artist painting in a naive style today. Her oil paintings are "Contemporary Art" at its best, with figures and objects reduced to shapes of color and perception, but there is no doubt as to what the viewer sees on the canvas or paper.

Maryam Alakabarli was born on July 4, 1991 in Baku, Azerbaijan with Down Syndrome. She has received art instruction to learn about other artist like Van Gogh and Gauguin and how to used paint and art supplies, but her style is a unique and natural vision of the world as her eyes and hand want to portray it. Maryam has had dozens of art exhibitions since 2010, the latest being her selection as one of the artists shown by Gallerie Bruno Massa, Paris, in their booth at the recent "CONTEXT New York" art fair.

"Her painting is feeling. There isn't a single brush stroke that isn't connected to her. There is no affectation, no arrogance, no sentimentality, only the state of grace that sometimes exists in children. Neither composition nor perspective hold any fears for Maryam. Intuition outweighs technique...." - Juliette Binoche

Maryam Alakbarli, "By listening to Shostakovich", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "Carmen", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "Dream", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli,
"Elosie portrait in red-yellow dress", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "Flowers for Madamoiselle", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "Friends", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "On a walk", 2015

Maryam Alakbarli, "On the balcony", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "On the sofa", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "Portrait of a lady from Charpentier", 2013

Maryam Alakbarli, "Portrait of Geraldine", 2015

Maryam Alakbarli, "Red man", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "Summer holiday", 2015
Maryam Alakbarli, "Three Graces", 2016

Maryam Alakbarli, "Variations on Gauguin's Themes", 2015

Maryam Alakbarli, "Variations", 2014
 
Cover of "MARYAM - Art Brut figuratif"
A partial catalog of Maryam Alakbarli artworks.


(Source: images provided via brochure by Gallerie Bruno Massa, Paris, published with permission.)


Until later, 
Jack

ARTSnFOOD is an online magazine dedicated to providing artists and collectors around the world with highlights of current art exhibitions, and to encourage all readers to invest in and participate in “The Joy of Art”® and culture. All Right Reserved. All concepts, original art, text & photography, which are not otherwise credited, are © copyright 2017 by Jack A. Atkinson, under all international, intellectual property and copyright laws. All gallery event museum, fair or festival photographs were taken with permission. All images of artworks are © individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignees.