PhotoBasedArt
 

by Jessie Parkeanada

Jessie Parker, Ottawa, Canada
Fine Art Photography and Digital Art

Explore my digital art and my recent Fine Art Photography  on my photo galleries.

In my most recent Fine Art Photography, I use the camera as a tool to paint with light so that the image is derived from what the camera can see but the eye cannot ! To tempt you, here is one of my recent art works from my Lightscapes collection.

 

The above image showed in Rotterdam Art Fair in September,2016 ! To see my interview for that show click here.

CURRENT NEWS:      

Solo Show at Shenkman Centre, Trinity Gallery , Salon B:        November 23, 2017 to January 2, 2018.

Lightscapes : A Celebration.

Vernissage: Sunday, November 26, 1-3pm 

Thanks to AOE for ARTicipate grant in aid of producing this show.

Some of the images in Lightscapes  gallery  will be in the show.

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In other photo based work I use a trendy new medium , wherein I transform my own photos and photo-montage into   "photobased digital art" , which employs some digital "painting" techniques with often startling, powerful results.

   

  award winning  "Dance The Night Away"

 How is this digital art done? See the Info Section

Explore this exciting work on my photo galleries.

See blog for notice re new seminar Oct 14,2017 "Tax Issues for Artists"

  Questions? Contact  me at my email.

To see more of my classic photography visit: my other website

For info on my  eBooks and new paperback for Visual Artists,

click here

 All of my photos and photo based digital art were produced from my own original imagery and are copyrighted. All rights reserved.  This means that any images purchased are for personal use only and therefore may not be reproduced in any form, resold, or used for any commercial purpose without the written permission of the artist (Jessie Parker) and payment of the appropriate copyright fee.

Please note: I am now using Digimarc to watermark my images. Digimarc is an electronic tracking device, which can trace unauthorized downloads. It is embedded throughout the image yet is invisible to the naked eye.