Revisiting: Fleure Vaslet

In this fast paced industry we don’t always get to an opportunity to reconnect with the artists we feature. We are always keen to see how things have moved on and where possible be a part of their creative journey. Today we are Revisiting Fleure Vaslet.

I was delighted when approached to complete a follow up article for Niji Magazine. Niji has been most supportive of my work and it is very much appreciated.

Since the feature article published in Niji Magazine on my artwork in November 2015 a lot of wonderful opportunities have arisen….

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How to Prepare Images for the Web

One of the most common problems I see on websites is the use of images that are not optimized. Two telltale signs are (1) images that are too large and require the user to scroll and (2) resolution is too high and the images load slowly.

Optimizing means: resizing the physical dimensions to fit the maximum width for the content area on your website; reducing the resolution to 72 ppi; compressing the image by saving it as a JPG, PNG, or GIF. Your website will load faster with optimized images.

By Anne S. Katzeff

How do you figure out…

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Meet Demi Hopkins

Demi’s work reflects the sense of chaos and identity and is set within a context of fashion and music photography.

Inspired by Hunter S Thompson, William S Burroughs and the spirit and aesthetic of Punk, it is a Post Photographic practice that incorporates Relational processes, accident, chance and a mixing of media to question the boundaries of photography and rebel against the prevailing socioeconomic hegemony and norms.

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Meet Mauricio Paz Viola

Self-taught artist Mauricio Paz Viola (b 1985; Carmelo, Colonia, Uruguay) embarked on his artistic journey early in life. Dabbling in plastic art since 7, he has participated in various art competitions in his native Uruguay and abroad.

At 14, Paz Viola began to participate in group shows and individual shows nationally and internationally in galleries and museums in Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, United States, Italy, among others.

His work has been featured in doctoral studies, programs in art, in universities in Chile, Mexico, Argentina…

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Meet Leah Nadeau

When Leah Nadeau  began painting, it was to relieve stress. Now, painting is a need, in fact, if  she doesn’t paint she gets stressed.

Leah feels the need to create every single day and being drawn to vibrant colors and rough textures. She loves to wow people with her art and make them really think.

she says: ‘I think the element of mystery is fun as well when it comes to abstract art. I don’t explicitly say what the painting is, so it is up to the viewer to come to their own conclusion as to what the painting…

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