This was the piece that was accepted to be shown at Austin Details Art Show. I created it as a gift for my husband Jason Seidler for his 37th birthday. He is a previous world and national Ultimate Frisbee player. The original image was created using a Nikon D70, then with Phototropodelic on the iPad.
Art From the iPad
March 10, 2011
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 10, 6-9 pm.
Opening with: I Art Congress, a new second Thursdays art walk series.
Truly Fine Art from a Truly Unexpected Source: the iPad.
Visual artists are creating art with their iPads and iPhones that blurs the line between painstakingly-executed original oils-on-canvas and fine art, digital-style. Our exhibit shows it off on iPads, on iPhones, on our iMacs, on our 58″ HDTV and as fine art prints (made from an array of printers that run the gamut from artists’ own inkjet desktop printers to our Epson Pro Stylus 9900 archival printer).
Art From the iPad opens just in time for Austin’s annual South by Southwest Interactive conference and runs through March 2011. Juried by internationally-recognized iPad / iPhone artist Corliss Blakely, known for her painstakingly-realistic original oil paintings, and now, her traditionally-inspired iPad and iPhone app-created art. See her slideshow demonstration using ArtStudio for the iPad, and learn more about using the ArtStudio app from her newly-released Manual for ArtStudio.