Julie Garner wins the Digital Art Guild award

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(c) Julie Garner "Halls of Justice"

(c) Julie Garner “Halls of
Justice”

Julie Garner recently won the Digital Art Guild award for contemporary art in digital media. Garner´s piece is entitled “Halls of Justice” and the artist uses digital photography and editing to create a woven effect to her artwork, which she calls “woven photography”.

The art piece combines shots of a building in construction taken from different heights and angles to produce an innovative piece of photography. Further steps in the project included digital printing and processing. “Halls of Justice” was exhibited at the San Diego Art Institute’s 52nd International Exhibit which features a huge variety of contemporary artwork.

Julie Garner´s official website:
http://www.julievgarner.com/

The San Diego Art Institute:
http://www.sandiego-art.org/international/intl_begin_new.php

 

 

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