I'll be spending this year painting in acrylics, watercolor, gouache, and digitally on my iPad Pro to improve my painting skills. My goal is to paint 100 paintings - plein air, still life, and from photo reference. I'll be painting with Golden acrylic paints on smaller canvases (4x6, 5x7, 5x5, etc), gouache and watercolor in sketchbooks. Additionally, I will be painting digitally with Procreate and various other iPad apps. Follow along in my Pho-Art blog or on Instagram@judy.boyle
#2 - One Year/100 Paintings
Experienced, deadline oriented graphic designer with over 30 years in the publishing field. Print design including logos, business cards, buttons, t-shirts, signage, newsletters, advertisements, multi-page booklets, brochures, and sales flyers. Proficient with digital ad design and html email coding.
Experimental art created with vintage clip art, my original photography, and a combination of several image editing apps. The process involves getting inspiration from one of my photographs, manipulating it in Diptic, Skylab, Alien Sky, Lenslight, and/or LensFX. Vintage advertising artwork is added in a collage fashion in Procreate on iPad Pro with Apple pencil using color and effects added in layers.
Artwork created with traditional tools in a variety of mediums.
Traditional sketches in various mediums as well as those made digitally on an iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. Created from life as urban sketch style drawings, from my photographs as reference, as well as my imagination.
Sherman T. Skully
A character I created several years ago, Sherman T. Skully is not an entirely accurate depiction of skeletal anatomy. Sherman is highly skilled and wears many hats, look for his latest adventures @sherman.t.skully
Dali and Escher, two coffee-lovin', hipster catz who enjoy all things analog, relaxation, and just hanging out. Follow them @smoove_catz
Instant Photography made with vintage Polaroid cameras, Fuji Instax Cameras, Lomography's Lomo'Instant line of cameras, and Holga with Instax back.
Black and white photography in 110, 35mm, medium format, and 4 x 5 sizes. Most developed at home using either Kodak D-76 or caffenol. Almost all images were scanned on an Epson V500 flatbed scanner.
Pinhole Photography created with various cameras - Lensless Pinhole Camera Company, Ondu Pocket 6 x 6, Holga WPC 120, and Diana F+ Lomography Instant Back.
Color photos made using my collection of over 150 cameras. Most of these photos were developed at home using the color film developing kit available from the Film Photography Project.
I have a fascination with Visible and Transparent anatomy model kits.