Sunday, July 22, 2012

It's Still Life: Chapter 8


Welcome to the 5th edition of The Pulse -- The State of the Art -- a survey in words and pictures of the online artist community. The Pulse is a collaborative project that aims to introduce you to new artists, help you get to know familiar faces even more, and allow you access into the creative hearts and minds of a very talented crew of individuals. More than 130 artists have answered a series of questions which make up The Pulse. Their responses will be presented in a series of online posts which will run every Sunday.

Style File, Techniques & Tools, and Master Class were the first three projects posted and links to all these posts can be found on the sidebar of my blog. The fourth project, It's Still Life, continues now...


Participants were asked to photograph a still life that you create using an array of objects.
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Julie Schackson

Lelainia Lloyd

Susan Madden

Natasha White

theresa mARTin

Gillian McMurray

Sarah Fishburn

AnTonia Griva

JoAnnA Pierotti

Marianne Konvalinka
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Next "It's Still Life" will be held on Sunday, July 29th.

9 comments:

Dave said...

Great set of still lives! Very fun!!

Darlene K Campbell said...

Very creative set. Especially like the doll pieces displays.

Lynn said...

such wonderful art each and every one!!!!!

Lynn said...

PS I read about you on two other blogs today. About your NJ workshops!!!! ;-)

bohemiannie! art said...

Love these Seth! Thanks for the energy you put into this project!

theresa martin said...

Thanks Seth!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

What an array of unique art. It never ceases to amaze me what mixed media artists collect or use in their art.

Bill said...

These are a fun set of still lives! I see a few arms and hands in there. I bet you love those, Seth. :^)

sf said...

Just looked at my starfish, mermaid, & seaglass foto, & wanted to tell you that the beach shrine on the mantel (ahhhh, Colorado!) remains, with the recent addition of a small jar filled with sand from the Dominican Republic.