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Archive for March, 2011

Throughout These Changing Times

The images of myself were taken with a tripod, the birds I drew in photoshop, and the two different pictures of the New York skyline I got from the Library of Congress under the Creative Commons License.

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Maybridge Exercise: Dancing Lady

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Bill Viola

Bill Viola is a video artist, and over the course of forty years has created videotapes, architectural video installations, sound environments, electronic music performances, flat panel video pieces, and works for television broadcast. Born in 1951, he graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor in Fine Arts and studied in the Experimental Studios of the […]

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Jenny Holzer – The Art of Projection

Jenny Holzer was born 1950 in Gallipolis, Ohio, and has attended several schools over the course of her life – Ohio University, Rhode Island School of Design, and the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her current artwork (starting around 1977) revolves around the idea of text as art. If Google […]

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Jeff Baij

Jeff Baij does not share much information about himself online, but after a few moments poking around the internet it is clear that he is a technologically savvy artist. He not only has his own website, but also (I believe) a tumblr. His work reminds me in some ways of┬áJason Nelson‘s work. Both seem to […]

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Lancaster, PA

Lancaster is probably one of my favorite cities, as far as looks go. Small enough to get to know people, old enough to feel lived in, old-fashioned enough to be beautiful, eccentric enough to be interesting. Also, it is a great place for dogs. Meet Maggie!

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