Featured Artist Dominick Conde

I create my pop art by taking a photo, adding digital effects to it and then transferring the image onto fabric, canvas or glass with mod podge.

Artist Showcase, Winter 2019

Artist Showcase, Winter 2019 features a variety of artists and their favorite piece of art. Included are artist quotes and links to their websites.

Featured Artist Rick Berk

When I began, I drew a lot of inspiration from the work of Ansel Adams. While my work differs greatly, the way he was able to communicate mood through his images is something I continually strive for.

Featured Artist Steve Slocomb

Eventually, after moving to Montana, I began to focus on nature photography but it wasn’t until four years ago that I really found my voice. It came in the form of extreme wide angle close ups of pictures of wildflowers that capture a sort of magical realism.

Featured Artist Catherine King

First and foremost, my intent is to tell a story. Through digital fine art I share that story. My images are typically photo collages brought together and enhanced through a wide range of techniques and software including Photoshop.

5 Tips to Make Your Portfolio Images Web Friendly

Before uploading images to your website, you should always resize them smaller and save them at a lower quality.

Featured Artist Tom Kelly

I have come to realize that when I use different colors on everyday objects like fruit, flowers, cars, houses, cityscapes and the sky, things look a lot different.

Featured Artist Rocio Villanueva

In each photograph, I develop a story that is represented in parallel worlds, in scenarios that belong to an unreal dimension—without time—somewhat fantastic and romantic.

Artist Showcase, Autumn 2018

From mixed media to oil, photography, watercolor and even finger painting, the following artists share their passion for art by showcasing one of their favorite pieces of art.

How to Photograph Your Artwork

The word photography literally translates to “Writing with Light.” The correct lighting is essential when photographing your art pieces.

Featured Artist Andrew Millar

My passion and goals are to capture the nostalgia of the classic automobiles in my art in hopes of preserving a snapshot of their beauty and history for future generations, hopefully inspiring others to keep automotive history and passion alive and well for all to experience.

Featured Artist Dirk Karsten

I have never been very interested in the technical side of photography. Cameras and lights are only the tools used to make an image. Analog or digital—who cares—it all depends on the final result that I am looking for.

Breaking into New Art Markets: It’s All About Targeting

by Steve Bennett Differentiate Your Art to Rise Above the Noise The first words that an art business consultant said to me after reviewing my portfolio were, “Your pictures of the Grand Canyon are lovely. But so are the photos of thousands of other photographers. Good luck trying to make a living selling them.” My […]

Featured Artist Jonna Gill

Two disciplines, photography and painting, come together and remain separate in my most current and continuous projects—La Belle Fleur (one woman’s obsession with flowers) and PROJECT MAX.