The holidays are here and I thought it would be the perfect time to have some Photoshop fun! Here is a photo of a small fine art quilt I have for sale in my Etsy store called Wrapping Paper Scrolls #8:
This photo shows the real colors in the art piece. Photoshop is a very versatile program and I decided to play with the Hue/Saturation tool. And here is what I came up with!
Notice how it changes completely in each photo. I think it’s great to be able to play with colors like this!
The whole world of promoting artwork is changing in the blink of an eye. We have the opportunity to publicize our work ourselves by having websites, blogs and posting to social medias. In my first blog post I posted an unedited video of my gallery show in Spain. My new video takes you up a sweet cobblestone street and walks you though the gallery as if you were actually there with other visitors. This week was my first time to use a video editing program. I learned how to join two videos together and add music. It has a bit of a sudden ending, but I think it’s pretty good for a novice. I know just enough to be dangerous…!
Click on the video above to see my 2015 gallery show in Sitges, Spain. I was invited to teach as well at the FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE PATCHWORK. Sitges is a beautiful older town right on the ocean.
This is my first blog entry ever. I prefer photos to lots of words, so that’s likely what you’ll see from me in the future. I promise to post irregularly just to keep you guessing! 😉 Thank you for visiting my new blog!