Tim McFarlane (@timmcfarlaneart)
Painter wandering between the analogue and digital | Philadelphia, PA | firstname.lastname@example.org |
Artwork inquiries: Bridgette Mayer Gallery: email@example.com
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States
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I used to walk. I walk a lot.
Inma Vivas (@inmavivas)
Love the classic, the romantic and the fairy
Abigail McCallum (@mccallumabigail)
Oil Painting, SSF, CA
Sensational Bobbi (@sensationalbobbi)
crayons, experimental photography, video, chop, screw, wormhole technology, self portraits. 💋🌀🕳
Shana Levenson (@slevenson)
Anca Gabriela Zosin (@agzed)
Passionate for expressive, beautiful and daring visuals.
Curating @CPHMXP together with @guido_chiabrera.
Header art by Louis De Belle & Michael Romstöck.
diy curator, writer, photo taker
Mike Raker (@michaelraker)
Michael Penn (@michaelpennphotography)
I'm a photographer based in Philadelphia who tries to capture urban life as I see
Black Art Matters (@blackartmatters)
People of African descent have contributed to all aspects of our societies and cultures. It is important to get to know what they created and developed because this contribution is still often denied or diminished. Explore Black History and Black Art from Africa to the other continents.
Curated by @mariosupa
Lizandra S (@lizportraits)
Creative reprocessing every day.
Welcome to the Black-and-white-Photography community. A place to share your work, and connect with other members that inspire you. Curated by @monique2211
Mayah Lanise Taylor (@mayah)
Giveaways Manager & Social Media Community/Influencer Specialist @ Ello
Contemporary artist/designer/image maker/fashion lover with a hazy state of mind.
Ruth Hiller (@ruthhiller)
I'm a painter who splits my time between NYC and Boulder, Colorado. I paint abstract geometric work on shaped panels. Currently represented by Kenise Barnes Fine Art. www.kbfa.com
Amber Young (@amber)
Ello Lead Curator
Sounds, shapes, textures, and tastes.
Header art by @carolynfigel
Mitch Cullin (@mitchcullin)
Recovering novelist, rehabilitated photographer, feral cat wrangler, metaphorical whore with a heart of gold.
Michael K. Corbin is ArtBookGuy which is also an online, contemporary art magazine. We Talk Contemporary Art ... Art For All People.
frank gonzales (@gonzalesfrank)
Paula Morales (@paulamorales)
b. Quetzaltenango, Guatemala
Paula Morales investigates the space between analogue and digital realms. Through her harlequin GIFs, video, and installation work, she constantly questions the image origin, tightly executing hyperbolic recontextualizations and color studies. Morales’ work is charged with nostalgic elements, modern clichés, and panoply. Her work manifests as digital image, mesmerizing projections and humorous installation work where she incorporates industrial and kitsch materials.
John Unwin (@junwin)
I started photography using a Russian 35mm to take pictures of my father's construction sites as well as a range of other pictures. After learning to push process and print at school, I sold theatrical and sports shots and had numerous photos appear in the college magazine.
After university, I became an engineer, which fueled my love of geometry, form, and computer graphics. I was fortunate to have done an art foundation course at Leeds College of Art and Design; my abstract works echoes the profound influence it had on my artistic work.
My current focus is on architecture, interiors, landscape and abstract work. I use a range of cameras from medium format
Emidio Bruno (@cpala)
charlie bonallack (@ellocharliebquiet)
With the ubiquitous digital image taking centre stage and the decline of the printed photograph, Charlie (a british artist based in Montpellier, France) presents the printed photograph as a thin receipt or a fossil…a half truth, a trace, possibly a clue to the past.
“I never liked photography,” Robert Mapplethorpe is quoted as saying, “Not for the sake of photography. I like the object. I like the photographs when you hold them in your hand.”