Take a risk, be brave, submit your stuff. Push your work.
Same guidelines as always! Anything printable, send us a lil bio and a hello, take our breath away!! ✌ ✌ ✌ (and thank you in advance, too.)
I have some of the wedding photos up on my website! (feliciahornby.com)
Be careful, they might make you want to run away to Mexico! It was such a wonderful week!
Look at this gorgeous piece of work!
I DID SOME TANGLES ON A FRAMED PIECE OF GLASS.
I had the pleasure to take pictures at a friend’s wedding last month. Being my first wedding shoot, it was a learning experience and a ton of fun!
All of the photos can be found on my facebook page
I’ve been thinking I need to start doing something like this to keep my hands busy and my bookmaking skills in use!
Updated the website! I got a few books up before the program started to act up. More are definitely on their way!
I took some pictures this week of Sofi for her 1st birthday. It was my first venture into baby photography and this little girl made it a good one! She cooperated for 2 hours straight, in the sun and heat and multiple costume changes. Not only with smiles, but giggles and faces I would need to video to capture.
I’ll be putting the rest of the shoot up on my facebook page.
Without school and the community of artists I was constantly around in the Digital Lab, I’ve been trying to continue making work.
Tonight I tried doing a photo transfer using Gesso. Well it turns out it only works with gel medium, but the experimentation is all part of the process!
Most. Amazing. Show. Ever.
This is just my work, but there’s so much in this amazing exhibition!
I made 20 unique prints today for a print exchange the photo graduates can participate in this Thursday. Because they are different from each other, in that the painting patterns aren’t always consistant, I wasn’t sure whether they could be considered a 20 print edition or not. After much discussion and research, I decided they were each their own unique print and did not edition them.
I couldn’t be more pleased with how they turned out though! It was an interesting experience to manipulate the same photograph 20 different times with water and a brush. There was so much I learned about the image, how the water reacted to the certain inks on the page, and brush technique.
If any Columbia Seniors want a copy, come to the pot luck in the gallery Thursday night!!