We Are Beyond Elated to Offer and Take the Category of Metal Wall Art to New Extraordinary Heights!
From the Exquisite Reaches of the Digital Domain, COME Experience Brilliantly Innovative Works of Mystical and Masterful Metal Wall Art!
Marvel at these phenomenal pieces of Art at our OPEN HOUSE/Animal Rescue Fund Raiser,Sunday Feb 28th at our Gallery from 12-5PM.
Photos do not do this work any justice, You Must See Them In Person! It's All So Magical!
Our Open House was a true success with brisk sales! We also raised $1700 for the 11th hour rescue! Many, many heartfelt thanks to all that donated and especially to the artists and businesses that so kindly donated items to raffle off as prizes!
"AtmaSpheres" Collection" by Scott Matyjaszek
All images in this collection are created in the digital domain. Many general techniques might include layering, collage, the distortion of shapes and colors as well as the alteration of geometric skeletons by pushing, pulling, prodding and multiplying their parts. Each piece is unique in its construction and approach. When the image is digitally complete, it is then "rendered" to our physical world by way of a "dye-infused" sublimation process into the aluminum. This innovative printing process according to Scott, "gives the image a gem like quality, almost as though it were lit from within, much like light streaming through a stained glass window".
Jeri Holt-"With Digital Eyes"
Jeri also works in the digital domain or "virtual medium".
The process behind the creation of Jeri's digital images begins by creating a digital image, from various sources, e.g. fractals (images expressed through mathematical equations), photos or an abstract digital painting. These elements become the base to create virtual layers and build them into a collage of images and impressions.
Much of Jeri's work represents digital monoprint transfers. Digital monoprints are a hybrid among printmaking techniques. The computer created images are then printed onto a "transfer" sheet. This sheet is destroyed during the transfer onto Copper or Aluminum.
Jeri hand pulls all of the transfer sheets onto the metal or other custom substrates, creating a one of a kind digital monoprint. Adding to each monoprint's originality, Jeri literally gets her hands into the top coating layer to create random imperfections, like "bubbles" for her "fishy" images.
Designs for Tranquility 41 Bridge Street Frenchtown, NJ 08825 908 996-9990
Normal Gallery Hours: Wed-Saturday 11-5PM, Sunday 12-5PM