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What’s So Unique About Photographer Eileen Harris’ Work?

November 6, 2010

Eileen Harris

For one: all of Eileen Harris’ images are captured and processed on her iPhone.

Sounds a bit suspect at first, right? But according to Eileen, her low megapixel, prone-to-blurring, aperture-void iPhone is exactly the creative companion that affords her the freedom to capture the spontaneity of everyday life and to beautifully ‘enhance the mood’ of an image with its on-board digital processing applications.

And the results are spectacular!

To be clear, Eileen Harris is NOT an amateur photographer who one day decided to start taking random photographs on her phone.

Rather, Eileen is a seasoned professional with a background in Sporting Event photography who has made the leap into creating impressionistic, abstract photographic images – which happen to have the unusual and provoking twist of being produced on an everyday iPhone. We think that’s neat!

And her work speaks for itself:

"Stepping into Light" by Eileen Harris

"Stepping into Light" by Eileen Harris

 

Rush Hour by Eileen Harris

Rush Hour by Eileen Harris

 

Introspection by Eileen Harris

Introspection by Eileen Harris

 

To view more and to purchase works from Eileen Harris, please visit her gallery on DiscoveredArtists.com: http://www.discoveredartists.com/gallery/EileenHarris

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A Wonderful New Black & White Piece From Photographer, Nicholas Bell

November 6, 2010

DiscoveredArtists.com Brand LogoKnoxville, Tennessee professional photographer Nicholas Bell continues to astound with his hauntingly beautiful black & white fine art photography.

We took particular notice of Nicholas’ latest offering, “Gothic Sunrise” – a wonderfully mysterious Fine Art photograph that, in our opinion, optimizes the splendor of black & white photography.

Gothic Sunrise by Nicholas Bell

See Nicholas Bell’s entire gallery on DiscoveredArtists.com: http://www.discoveredartists.com/gallery/NicholasBell2010

Featured Paintings of the Week, Volume 11

June 25, 2010

DiscoveredArtists.com Brand LogoEach week, we select and feature ten pieces of artwork we think you should consider buying for your home or office. To learn more about any of the pieces presented, including a description of the painting, size and price, simply click on the image. You’ll be taken to our main site, DiscoveredArtists.com.

These are our picks for the week of June 25, 2010. To see previous week’s recommendations, please visit: http://www.discoveredartists.com/featured

In the Forest of the Elfs by Cecilia Flaten

Weathering The Storm by Rebecca Zook

Old Boat by Arturas Slapsys

"ATHENA" Archaic Period Greek Amphorae c.530-520 BC. by Jack Nixon

Oboe by Linda Hutchinson

Fracture 1 by Shelly Peacock

Balance by Niki Sands

Metro Music I by Eleanor Gilpatrick

The Prayer by Wim Wessling

EARTH / 4 Elements by Kurt Merkel

Featured Fine Art Photography of the Week Volume 11

June 25, 2010

DiscoveredArtists.com Brand LogoEach week, DiscoveredArtists.com selects and features ten fine art photographs we think you should consider adding to your collection of home or office artwork. To learn more about any of the pieces presented, simply click on the image. To follow are our picks for the week of June 25, 2010.

To see previous week’s recommendations, please visit: http://www.discoveredartists.com/featured

Alternative Photography

Lila and the Fig by Doug Schwab

Black and White Alternative Photography

The Secret Place by Aage V Skaaret

Famous People Portraits

Yoko Ono Montage. by Clive Arrowsmith

Fine Art Photography

Still Standing by Jim LaSala

Metaphysical Fine Art Photography

Soul's Elements by Davide Dutto

Digital Portrait Photography

Exude 1 by Niene Nu

Alternative Photography, Black and White

Angel Bridge, Rome, Italy by Claudia Bruno

Fine Art NudePhotography

Nude G by Christophe Vermare

Impressionism

Grand Central Terminal - NYC by Frank van Haalen

Industrial Realism Photography

Boiler Shop Windows by Gordon Osmundson

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Online Art Promotion Experiments Continue

June 14, 2010

DiscoveredArtists.com Brand LogoOver the past year, we’ve experimented with a variety of ways to promote art and artists online. Tweets, videos, Facebook posts, Blog posts, artist promotional videos, commercials, etc. Some have worked, others have not.

One of the promotional activities we’d like to consider “dusting off” is the use of short video productions featuring three artists and their work. A sample of this approach can be viewed below.

The question we’d like to pose to both artists and art buyers: Do you find this to be an effective means of promoting an artist and their work?  While these videos are in no way sophisticated, they are, nonetheless, time-consuming in terms of production.

So, what do you think?

Thanks so much for taking the time to respond. Your feedback and comments are greatly appreciated.

DiscoveredArtists.com

Now Featuring Los Angeles Artist Eul Hurley on the DiscoveredArtists.com Homepage

June 14, 2010

Artist Eul Hurley

Artist, Eul Hurley

Animations of Impasto and Sweeping Brush Strokes

My paintings communicate the elements of tension and resolve; thickly exaggerated, agitated gestures that expose the materials and surface of the paint.

I draw my inspiration from the external environment and my internal awareness.

The style depicts sharp circumstances and consequences, as tensions between attraction and repulsion confronts the observer, the dialogue results in a visual copulation, where fabrication amplifies the visual consciousness.

The paint is naive, thick, and viscous it adheres, coagulates, and congeals across the igneous blank canvas. In its wake compositions emerge; forms move and dominate space rich in color; texture develops into environments real or fabricated; into animations of synergy.

The style depicts sharp circumstances and consequences, as tensions between attraction and repulsion confronts the observer, the dialogue results in a visual copulation, where fabrication amplifies the visual consciousness.

A Few Samples of Eul’s Work

The Surrender by Eul Hurley

The Surrender by Eul Hurley

Los Angeles Artist Eul Hurley

Cement Truck 3 by Eul Hurley

I Wanna Be Me by Eul Hurley

A Brief Promotional Video Featuring Eul Hurley’s Paintings

To see more of Los Angeles artist Eul Hurley’s work, please visit his gallery on DiscoveredArtists.com: http://www.discoveredartists.com/gallery/EulHurley

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