Please enjoy our seventh post to our new section within our APPart Column entitled – APPart Mini (to view our earlier ones, please go here). This time our editor Bobbi McMurry talks with Vanessa Vox to find out more about her work, over to you Bobbi. (Foreword by Joanne Carter).
We are huge fans of Wanphen Sangkamee aka: Gummy’s mobile artwork here at TheAppWhisperer and absolutely adore this interview between our APPart editor, Bobbi McMurry and Gummy. Please sit down, put your feet up and enjoy this wonderful article with us, for a few minutes in your day (foreword by Joanne Carter).
I love animals though cows and fish aren’t likely to be top of mind when I think of them that is unless they created by Wanphen Sangamee. There’s a sense of childlike honesty in her painterly strokes and simplistic palette that I don’t see very often within the realms of mobile art. Picasso once said, “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a life time to paint like a child”. Gummy doesn’t take herself too seriously and her intuitive work reveals an openness to maintain a sense of innocent curiosity so many “grow out of” as we become adults. She has intentionally created a lifestyle for herself that embraces her need to experience the world purely and to pour that virtue into her art. I trust you’ll enjoy getting to know a little bit about her.
We are delighted to announce a brand new AppArt Challenge! The details are listed below and the selected images will be presented in a showcase shortly after the challenge is closed. We cannot wait to view your entries!!!
Photos: minimum of 3
- Post the final image on https://www.flickr.com/groups/2801576@N20/
- Post both the final image and your 3+ original images on our FB page https://www.facebook.com/groups/1406678516270241/
Apps: minimum of 2
- Identify your apps in both Flickr and FB
Subject: “My favorite things”
- Here’s some inspiration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IagRZBvLtw
- What are YOUR favorite things, the song is just inspiration
Number of Entries: Maximum of 3
- Post only your best images … up to 3 of them.
Deadline: January 20, 2017
I am delighted to publish our very latest APPart Mobile Art Flickr Group Showcase. Curated and critiqued by our wonderful editor Bobbi McMurry. Over to you Bobbi…(foreword by Joanne Carter).
“AppArt is such a unique and special genre within the mobile community and when done well … is something to marvel at. The last few years have seen many improvements in the capabilities of the apps thereby expanding the repertoire of the artists who create this way. It’s my pleasure to present this showcase containing such fine examples of AppArt, thank you all for sharing your explorations!
I’ve highlighted a special piece from this showcase created by Lorenka Campos, I hope you’ll take time to visit her Flickr feed to further explore her fabulous work”.
Congratulations to all of this week’s featured APPartists: Tuba Koran, Patricia Januszkiewicz, Jane Schultz, Kate Zari Roberts, Cat Morris, Dominique Torrent, Marguerite Khoury, Allyson, Lorenka Campos, Juta Jazz, CLAY3 accidenTal artist, Janice Grinsell, Poetic Medium, Mariett Schrijver, Claude Panneton, Sandra Becker, Eliza Badoiu, Montse Abad, Meri Walker, Amanda Parker, Cecilia Sao Thiago, Carolyn Hall Young, Eric Raddatz, lila_lile, Ile Mont, Ginger Lucero, Gizemkarayavuz, Deborah McMillion, Bret Chenoweth, and Sukru Mehmet Omur.
Please enjoy our sixth post to our new section within our APPart Column entitled – APPart Mini (to view our earlier ones, please go here). This time our editor Bobbi McMurry talks with Allyson Marie to find out more about her work, over to you Bobbi. (Foreword by Joanne Carter).
Please enjoy our fifth post to our new section within our APPart Column entitled – APPart Mini (to view our earlier ones, please go here). This time our editor Bobbi McMurry talks with Rino Rossi to find out more about his work, over to you Bobbi. (Foreword by Joanne Carter).
Please enjoy this interview between our APPArt Editor Bobbi McMurry and Brett Chenoweth who graciously answers questions about his work and process, revealing the complex layers of thought, craft and expression that go into his outpourings.
Chenoweth is illustrator and artist who takes his inspiration from his own photographs. These he uses to collage and layer images created with his iPad. “Often, it begins simply by taking a couple images, usually photographs, and playing around with them, the image builds and changes according to its own narrative. I work very intuitively“, explains Chenoweth. (Foreword by Joanne Carter).
Please enjoy our fourth post to our new section within our APPart Column entitled – APPart Mini. This time our editor Bobbi McMurry talks with Deborah McMillion to find out more about her work, over to you Bobbi. (Foreword by Joanne Carter).
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We are delighted to publish our wonderful APPart Winter Challenge Showcase! Many thanks to our incredible editor Bobbi McMurry for organising this and of course to all of you incredibly talented artists for creating such stunning art (foreword by Joanne Carter). Take it away Bobbi…
“Thank you to all that participated in our fifth AppArt Challenge on the topic of winter; a time for all to reflect on the year that was, and a time to look forward to the year that is new. My hope is that this challenge was a way to seek the beauty sequestered in the darkened skies and brisk temperatures. So, get yourself a cup of steamy hot tea and enjoy these fabulous AppArtist’s interpretations on winter.
Congratulations to our featured APPartists in this showcase: Tessfra, Mandolina Moon, Sukru Mehmet Omur, Tim Creamer, Pat Brown, Beezzz, Renee Lynn, Liliana Schwitter, Allyson Marie, Claude Panneton, Gillian B, Ron Boger, Elsa Brenner, Poetic Medium, Tessfra, and Giulia Baita“.
(The music in this showcase is called ‘Through the Winter’ and is by The Woodlands (link here).
Eliza Badoiu’s art is beautiful beyond measure, her field of vision is limitless. I have long been a fan of her work, her ravishing vision is reunited with earlier decades of her life, climaxing with overwhelming virtue. Sultry, secretive, knotted and sometimes eerie, her images are almost hypnotic. I am delighted to present this wonderful interview by our AppArt Editor, Bobbi McMurry with Badoiu, enjoy… (foreword by Joanne Carter).
To view her earlier TrueView Video Interviews – please go here.
“Captivating. Mysterious. Intriguing. Moving. Emotive. If you aren’t familiar with AppArtist Eliza Badoiu, you need to be. I think there are but a few whose work just seems to flow from within. Complete abandon captured on a two-dimensional surface, Eliza is one of those rare artists and I feel she’s only just beginning to scratch the surface of her talent. I’m certain you’ll enjoy getting acquainted; her dialog is as enigmatic as her art. I’m very happy to present, Eliza…