Welcome to my blog index
Here you will find snippets from my most recent blog posts. Dedicated to all lovers of my style of convergent media art, and especially to my collectors, my blog is intended as a forum to let you get to know me better. I shall be sharing some of the stories behind my art, and giving you some insights into “what makes me tick.” I also hope to share helpful tips on choosing and displaying art… plus anything else that I think you might find interesting.
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A video post showing the process employed by convergent media artist Julia Springer in her work, Sunkissed.
An Artisan’s Affair will be held at the Clarion Hotel in Shepherdstown on Sunday, June 1, 2014, in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness. Featuring guest speakers Tony and Jonna Mendez, real-life heroes portrayed in the movie Argo, and a silent auction of artworks (including my own), this promises to be a great afternoon. What better way to support a great cause?
For some time I have faced a dilemma in describing my art. It’s certainly not pure photography, but to describe it as digital art, whilst not incorrect, tends to make people believe that it is computer generated. So what exactly is Convergent Media and why do I now describe myself as a convergent media artist?
I thought I would share a few interior design guidelines about hanging artwork. First, when it comes to art, size matters!
The background story behind Julia Springer’s colorful image of Calle Lourdes, in the city of Loja, Ecuador.
A call for artists to participate in Boxed In – an art show and sale to benefit Heeling Autism, a charity providing assistance dogs to families with autism.
The back story behind Julia Springer’s painterly image, Assateague Abandon.
This post gives information about the Bridge of the Americas, in Panama, and highlights my work of the same name.