Archive for January, 2011

Matt Siber

Matt Siber was born in Chicago in 1972. He grew up in Massachusetts, however. He earned a BA in History and Geography from The University of Vermont, and then earned an MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago. He worked as a commercial photographer from 94′-00′, and now works teaching digital imaging and photography at Columbia […]

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Scanogram

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Michael Wsol

Michael Wsol is currently an Assistant Professor in Sculpture at Georgia State University. He earned a bachelors and masters degree from Eastern Illinois University, a masters in architecture from the University of Virginia, and a masters of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the University of Georgia. According to “The Bullet,” UMW’s student newspaper, Wsol’s work is […]

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Four Elements of Design

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Jon Gitelson

Jon Gitelson was born in 1975 in New York City. He works with book arts, photography, and film. He received an M.F.A in Columbia College in Chicago, where he currently resides. He is fascinated with the ordinary and commonplace. Things like “overheard conversations, chance encounters, and found objects”. He finds his inspiration in mundane, perhaps […]

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What is Digital Approaches to Fine Art?

I’ve never taken a class like this before, but I have always thought digital approaches to fine art is taking non-digital things, like a person or a landscape and bringing them into a digital setting like a computer. For example taking a photograph and editing it and changing the appearance completely, using softwares like photoshop. […]

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