Draw The Line – First Challenge Results and Showcase – #Lines

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We are delighted to publish our first video showcase from our Draw the Line Column by our editor, Carol Wiebe. She has selected the very best images from our Flickr, Facebook and Instagram Groups related to this column. Please take a look at this video to view the high level of work that continues to astound us, usually daily. If you would like to be featured in the future, please ensure you’re contributing your images to these groups (below) so we can find and and include your work. Huge thanks to Carol Wiebe and to all she has included here (foreword by Joanne Carter).

Facebook Group Link

Flickr Group Link

Instagram – use the #tawdrawtheline

Art included in this video is by the following artists: Jane Schultz, Peter Wilkin, Nicole Christophe, Juta Jazz, Fatma Korkut, Kate Zari Roberts, Diane Neubauer, Jenny Pieters, Joyce Harkin, Sarah Bichachi, Meri Walker, Judy Lurie Wahlberg, Mehmet Duyulmus, Catherine Schell Caddigan.

“I am very grateful to Joanne Carter for entrusting me with this column, and creating our first showcase.

All of you who have contributed here have been so generous with your images, and quite indulgent with my penchant for story telling. Images that move me awaken stories within, much as dreams do. I offer only one interpretation for each image, and hope it resonates. But the creator of the image always has the final say, of course! We make images for many reasons—to be seen, to be recognized, to express our deepest longings, for fun, to teach. It is such an honour to be a witness to every pice of art. This column, dedicated to adding our own individual lines and marks to our photographs, does not draw the line when it comes to your creativity and artistry. I am, daily, in awe of your artistic offerings”, Carol Wiebe.

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Carol Wiebe Joins TheAppWhisperer as New Columnist for ‘Draw the Line – Mobile Art as an Expression’ A Brand New Column

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We are delighted to announce today, talented mobile photographer and artist, Carol Wiebe is joining us as New Columnist and Editor for our brand new Column entitled ‘Draw the Line – Mobile Art as an Expression’.

Wiebe explains what this group is all about; “this group is about mobile photos with the added touch of applied line. If you are a mobile artist who is in love with line, this group is for you! You might apply line work in the form of drawing, adding patterns, lines, and marks. Perhaps your lines are stitched,  or glued, with thread or string.  Lines can be a major element, placing drawn components into the photo that help to draw out (yes, pun intended) the meaning you, as the artist, want to express. There will be examples provided for inspiration, but we are counting on your imagination and talent to marry these two venerable art forms into a fascinating hybrid.”.

Within ‘Draw the Line’ Wiebe will curate the very best mobile art. She will interview successful artists, create challenges, engage in their processes, showcase their work and more!

We have a Facebook group dedicated to ‘Draw the Line’ and like our other Facebook groups, this will provide a platform for discussion on the techniques, aesthetics and goals that all mobile photographers bring to this art form. Please join this group.

We have also set up a special Flickr Group for ‘Draw the Line’ where we would like you to submit your images to for curation in showcases. In addition, we have a hashtag for Instagram for this group too, entitled #tawdrawtheline – please use that when taggin images on Instagram. Please join this group too.

TheAppWhisperer is growing at a phenomenal rate and trying to include as much unique content and variety from the mobile photography and art wold as our readers can possibly digest, you really don’t need to go anywhere else!

Please join us in welcoming Carol Weibe to TheAppWhisperer family, Welcome Carol!

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