Having way too much fun with this new app—Glitch Artist—check it out. Makes “winter wonderland” take on an entirely new meaning.
Here’s a poster I illustrated for no other reason than that I love the architecture of Mediterranean hillside towns.
McKain is an instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter, who works as a solo artist, as part of the duo Woolly Breeches, and with other bands and musicians. She is also an experienced audio engineer who has worked as a front-of-house engineer, monitor engineer, and stage/production manager. So happy that McKain trusted me to create a biz card for her musical life!
Songwriter, singer, guitarist…production, live audio, and recording…what does Bruce Blood not do when it comes to music? Honored that my buddy Bruce Blood trusted me to create a logo for his musical life. Next up: a website site re-design to incorporate his new logo and colors!
I love designing business cards, so I change mine frequently, just for the joy of it! This one combines two things I’m doing a lot these days: myth (writing) and magic (painting). The back reads “Adrienne Asher: poetry, fiction, non-fiction, fine art.”
Sometimes there’s some wire lying around. Sometimes it suddenly feels like a good idea to twist it into a humorous little man. “The Masks We Wear.” 10″ x 8″ Wire Sculpture. ©Adrienne Asher
iPhone photography has changed my life—I shoot everything, everywhere, then tweak things. ”Winter Branches.” Double exposure iPhone shot using Hipstamatic’s Helsinki Pak and double exposure kit.
My sweetie gave me a Wacom drawing tablet for Yule. This is my first attempt at creating art with it. “Grape Leaf”. 8″x6.5″. Wacom drawing tablet. ©Adrienne Asher
Since 2007, photographer Matthias Schaller has photographed raw, abstract paintings. The paintings, however, are not found on canvas, but rather smeared onto the tools used to craft each work of art—the palettes. His series, Das Meisterstück (The Masterpiece), claims these behind-the-scene objects as portraits of the artist, while also giving a direct insight into the detailed techniques performed by each painter. See more, here…
“Gregory Colbert believes that there is a shared desire for all species to participate in one universal conversation. He sees nature as the greatest storyteller of all and himself as an apprentice to nature. His works are collaborations between humans and other animals that express the shared poetic sensibilities of all species. “Colbert’s Ashes and Snow is an ongoing project comprised of photographic artworks, a one-hour film and two short film “haikus,” and a novel in letters all presented in a purpose-built temporary structure called the Nomadic Museum. “Colbert’s images, visceral yet dreamlike, return us to a place we long for but cannot name. His photographs and films reawaken an ancient…