Mobile Art – APPart – Seventh Flickr Group Showcase – TheAppWhisperer

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I am delighted to publish our very latest APPart Mobile Art Flickr Group Showcase. Curated by our editor Bobbi McMurry and produced by myself. Over to Bobbi…(foreword by Joanne Carter).

“They say that time flies, and I’m here to tell you it fly’s at supersonic speed! My showcases usually feature twenty works, but given the length of time since our last showcase, narrowing to twenty was absolutely impossible. You’ve all been very busy creating and pushing yourselves to learn and grow as artists. Here I present to you fifty pieces from fifty artists  all excellent examples of what AppArt is all about. Enjoy!”

Huge congratulations to all of this Showcases featured APPartists: Vivi, Ginger Lucero, Paper Moon, Stefanie L.P., Riel Noir, Jim Purdue, Armineh Hovanesian, Ile Mont, Beezzz_, Bob Eddings, Giulia Baita, Janetlyn, Dani Salvadori, Kurt Norlin, Patricia Januszkiewicz, Diana Nicholette, Jeon, Janetlyn, Andrea Koerner, Claude Panneton, Tuba, Joanne Mariol, Kawol1, Yulia Naganova, Aldo Pacheco, Candice (CLAY) Railton, Juta Jazz, Susan Rennie, Mandolina Moon, Jo Sullivan, Mariette Schrijver, Sandra Becker, Patricia Leeds, Cat Morris, Carolyn Hall Young, Blemished Eye, Janetlyn, Meri Walker, Cathrine Halsor, Lorenka Campos, Dominique Torrent, Eric Raddatz, Michelle Robinson, Louise Whiting, Brett Chenoweth, Deborah McMillion / Hotel Midnight, Poetic Medium, Eliza Badoiu, Pat Brown, Wanphen Sangkamee, Before 1st Light / Jane Schultz

Here are the links you need to join our APPart groups:

• Flickr Group (for weekly showcase submissions)

. Flickr APPart Challenge Group

• Facebook Group (for information sharing/discussions)

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My Latest Mobile Photography LensCulture Article – ‘In Conversation with David Booker/BlemishedEye’

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As many of you will know, among the assortment of hats that I wear, writing for the BBC and Vogue, I am also Contributing Editor to LensCulture.  My latest article with LensCulture has recently been published. This time, I review David Booker’s/BlemishedEye’s mobile photography portfolio and philosophy and have created an insight into the mind behind the images. I have republished it below (if you would like to read/view it on LensCulture, please go here).

“I have always been drawn to images that have a dark undertone to them, particularly when combined with a sensual or sexual element.”

—David Booker in conversation with LensCulture Contributing Editor, Joanne Carter.

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