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PhotoPainting: The Art of Painting on Photographs Paperback – October 1, 2002
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Because of this I'm expanding my usual acrylic art media into more photography and mixed media and things to simply bring the outdoors in
This is a great way to begin and the cover shot gives you a unique look into some ideas that can make an average photo whimsical. And the style of this artist is mostly that.
I say that because some of the works do come off a little bit rough. When whimsy is used they come off more professional, I do love the cover shot, for example. The Campbell's Soup can ala Warhol-ish, for example, is a can that was not centered (turned slightly more in one direction but not intentionally so there is more spacing on one side of the can) and the steady-hand work of coloring in the words just wasn't very steady in that and a few other examples that held intricate items that needed to be traced with the paint were rough.
But this is minor to me considering the wealth of examples within the pages. There are some that don't appear as professionally crafted but they don't detract for me due to all the others that are so well done.Read more ›