Our featured iPad painting this weekend is ‘Alley’ by Jaime Sanjuan Ocabo.
This one is captivating to me because it instantly conjures up memories of Spain and of Europe. It just shouts ‘travel’ at me. I also find the color and lighting beautiful.
Here’s a little more about it from the artist himself, shared to our Google+ iPad Art community:
Here you have my latest digital painting made with my fingers on an iPad using Procreate.
The tittle is “Alley”.
I’ve only been painting with the ipad for 7 months, but each time I feel more and more comfortable!
Hope you like it!
Incredible that he’s only been painting on the iPad for just 7 months. You can see all of Ocabo’s work here: http://www.jaimesanjuanart.blogspot.com.
And of course you can see more amazing iPad paintings in the iPad Art section here at iPad Insight.
Today’s featured iPad painting is titled ‘Sic Luceat Lux’ – a Latin phrase which translates to ‘Let the Light Shine’.
This is one of the latest iPad finger paintings by Andrew Harrison – created with the Brushes app. I was immediately taken with this image when I saw it in our Google+ iPad Art community, and I was very curious to know who was the subject of this lovely portrait. Here’s the answer, and a little background on the painting:
It was done in two days I actually found the picture on the web and liked it straight away it’s royalty free unknown sitter.I had too make a lot of the features up on it.I used Brushes and an iPad air.
Check out Andrew Harrison on Google+ to see lots more of his iPad artwork. And of course you can see more lovely iPad paintings in the iPad Art section of iPad Insight.
David Hockney, Yosemite I, 2011
Image source: de Young Museum
The de Young Museum in San Francisco, CA, recently hosted a David Hockney retrospective titled, “David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition.” The expansive show featured work from the past decade and a half, including the artist’s famed iPad art.
Hockney works in both conventional and emerging media covering a wide range of subject matter. His iPad drawings, specifically those housed in “light boxes,” were the stars of the show. The landscapes, still-lifes, and portraits were wonderfully rendered in their own right — playful color combinations, extraordinary textures and patterns, rhythmic lines — but the technology behind them added a new dimension to the consumption of art.
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Another Sunday, another amazing iPad painting. This week’s pick is ‘Gallery Of The Future’ by Hotel Midnight. I find the image stunning. It’s got so much going on, as with so many of Hotel Midnight’s paintings. I love the colors, the Sci-Fi effect, and those legs are not too shabby either. :)
Here are some far better words about the painting, from the artist herself:
IN A WORLD: where we will live the rest of our lives! Redone and repurposed., the art that is, not the future.
SketchbookPro, a lot of straight line work that took forever, ha! Alien Sky, NASA website. There’s one piece of SBP hardware I do use, that little bolt.
Hotel Midnight is one of my favorite iPad artists – take a look at her Flickr stream to see lots more of her lovely work.
And check out our iPad Art section here at iPad Insight for more great iPad art.
Our featured iPad painting this weekend is ‘Rococo Dream’ – painted with the ArtRage app by one of my favorite iPad artists – Helene Goldberg.
The colors in this piece are amazing to me. They really grabbed my attention – and then the way they work with the shapes and textures in the image fascinates me too.
My words never feel like near enough appreciation for all the great iPad art I share here. Today I can offer far better words from a peer of Goldberg’s and another long-time favorite iPad artist, David Scott Leibowitz:. He says this about the piece:
Maybe my new all-time fav of your work. You get more amazing every day, this is the proof. Off the chart greatness!
If you love this image anywhere near as much as I do, then go take a look at lots more of Goldberg’s lovely work on her hgberk Flickr stream.
And of course you can see more great iPad paintings in our own iPad Art category here at iPad Insight.