16:00:00 - 18:00:00,
Thursday 28 June, 2007
Artist Jeremy Sutton, known for his lively and colourful portraits that capture the essence of his subjects, will create two portraits in a live portrait drawing session using first traditional media (crayon / pastel / gouache) and then painting with digital media (Macintosh computer / Corel Painter / Wacom tablet). As Jeremy builds up each portrait he will share his insights into his creative process, inspirations, tools and technology. This art-in-action demonstration and comparison of media will provide a concrete framework for discussing the challenges and opportunities presented by the use of digital media for the twenty first century artist. Topics covered in this talk will include:
The reasons why Jeremy loves painting in the digital medium.
The paradigm shift in the language of art such as the redefining of the meaning of words such as ‘painting’ and ‘original’.
The common threads that are independent of media, such as the story behind every painting.
The role of the Internet in the business of making and selling art.
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- Name: Jeremy Sutton
- Affiliation: Artist
- URL: http://www.jeremysutton.com