Dan Robbins designed paint by number, a product that allows people to paint pictures according to set patterns, in the 1950s. Since then, paint by number has become legendary and has turned thousands of “everyday” people into artists.Details
John Bramblitt is proving that physical sight isn’t a necessity for an artist. He is demonstrating this by creating incredible paintings with only his fingers and his imagination at his disposal.Details
Pattern Set for SegPlayPC released (see more details here) The moon’s surface has been studied by telescope since Galileo first observed it in 1609 and firsthand by a total of 12 U.S. astronauts during the six successful lunar landing missions of the US Apollo program. The Moon’s small size and low mean density result…Details
Organic art is somewhat of a movement that is beginning to make waves in the art world. Organic (or as one particular artist puts it, “eco-friendly”) art is inclusive of art pieces that have been created with organic materials, such as dried leaves and flowers, twigs, plants, tree bark, and other natural elements.Details
Have you had a chance to read Segmation’s Free Monthly newsletter. https://www.segmation.com/community_newsletter.aspDetails
Unconventional Color Schemes in Art
Artists have the ability to tap into the power of colors when they create a piece of art. Color plays a strong role in the way a work of art is perceived and experienced by the viewer. Certain colors can raise spirits while others can dampen moods. Some colors can invigorate and enliven while others can put people to sleep. How can artists use the power of colors to their advantage?