We owe much to Picasso, the famous artist who was born in Spain. His cubism and surrealistic style of painting, along with the invention of the collage, have been passed down through the years. Picasso painted with a passion; he was a natural at painting, although his father taught him everything he knew. Picasso was born on October 25, 1881 and lived a long life. He painted right up to his death at the age of 91 on April 8, 1973.
Picasso was the inspiration behind nearly every art movement during Read the rest of this entry »
Ever since the invention of the camera, art and technology have coexisted. Although, the concept of combining the two really hasn’t meant so much until only recently. The concept has become more popular among today’s artists through the use of Adobe’s own Photoshop and Illustrator programs. Infusing the technology of computer science with artistic thinking has produced some very amazing art. Artist/Professor, Bert Monroy for example; has taken an older medium like photography and added a twist to it by interpreting the photos he takes into “painted” works by using the Illustrator technique. Bert’s most Read the rest of this entry »
Art created in the eighteenth century seems to be the masterpieces we all strive to own or duplicate. With great artists like Picasso and Duchamp it’s not hard to see why, but what many people do not realize is that these great artists created the artistic palette that we’ve grown to love and mimic today.
With a touch of modernism, artists of today have taken techniques created by the likes of Picasso and Duchamp and made what we know as altermodern art.Check Read the rest of this entry »