Showing posts with label digitally altered painting. Show all posts
Showing posts with label digitally altered painting. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Piran Alley revisited


This is a digital manipulation of a painting I just finished today. The painting is gouache on yellow paper. It's from a photo I took in Piran, Slovenia, on our honeymoon. I manipulated it digitally primarily because I can't help myself. I like to play. You can see the original unmanipulated painting here. Click this image to view it larger.

The first time I visited Slovenia with the Vermont College Writing Program, there were red geraniums everywhere--I don't know if there was some geranium festival going on or what, but I was disappointed when we went back there there were miscellaneous flowers, so when I painted the picture, I put the red geraniums back where they had been, more or less.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Confronting the Shadow or the Myth of Unconditional Self-love

Confronting the Shadow or The Myth of Unconditional Self-love, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. (Click image to view larger.) This is a digitally altered painted--I "smudge-painted" over a water color.) I am probably not done with it yet, but becasue I am working on that fellowship application, I have to set it aside.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Poinsettias Going By

Poinsettias Going By, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. This is a digitally altered painting (painting by me) which I intend to use as a thank you note for holiday gifts if I ever have time to write them--I am working on a fellowship[ application.