Yesterday I was nominated by the talented Briana Hertzog to post 3 images a day for 5 days. Briana and I met when studying at Virginia Commonwealth University in their Communication Arts program. I always enjoy seeing the imaginative work she creates and look forward to those that come. Along with my post I will nominate another person for the challenge. I would like to thank Briana for this this is a great opportunity. I think it is a great time for reflection as I try to make decisions about how to direct my work towards a collective body of images.
Today my images show 3 different types of work I greatly enjoy creating:
Now I nominate an individual that if it were not for him I would not have met Briana because he introduce me to the idea of illustration and VCU’s Communication Art program. . . Mr Whitney Misch.
Last year I joined Society6. This online art community has a nice collection of self-published work. This site provides work by a lot of different artists, all of which have added themselves to the community. It is amazing to see how creativity flows throughout our society.
Society6 provides a means for artists to share as well as sell their artwork as prints, phone cases or hoddies/tshirts. While the artist does not always making a lot per piece -depending on what profit they set for themselves with each print- they are able to help create awareness of what they do. And while some people are of the opinion sites like this “cheapen” the value of art, I think it is a great way for artists to build a community, share work, and fund their addictive art habits. It almost feels like going to the farmers market, and buying locally.
For this post I just wanted to share a collection of Anatomy Art I found while searching the site:
Gross Anatomy by Asleepstanding
The Eye by Broken Colors
- True Anatomy by Ben Geiger
Anatomy 03 by Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo
Being Human 3 by Anapt
Boy Next Door – Silhouette and Anatomy Love Painting
by Joy Chokchai
Society6 has a lot of work to share, don’t be afraid to explore more!
Even when I am not studying or drawing assignments anatomy constantly surrounds me.