Saturday, July 15, 2015
4 pm in the Gallery
Free and open to the public.
Fred has been a dedicated photographer since the age of seven.
For fifteen years he was the Photographer for the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre; his photos appeared in posters, theater magazines, and newspapers. Fred is currently the Photographer for the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor, and has worked with other civic organizations.
Among his photographic achievements is a first prize in a national photographic contest sponsored by Nikon. He’ll be showing what is possible to do to make a mediocre photograph good, or a good photograph great aka post-production processing.
To see more of his work visit his website at http://frederickbeutler.com/
Saturday, August 23, 2014, 3 pm
Ken Graning created this digital self portrait on his iMac computer. There is a much larger version on display in the Art Goes Digital exhibit. It was reproduced from the computer file as a solvent ink print that was printed on a large format printer. It was printed on vinyl material and mounted on canvas stretcher bars.
Ken created this image using Adobe Illustrator software which is a vector based software program that creates very crisp flat color shapes and lines that can be reduced or enlarged in size without any loss of resolution.
Graning has three other digital works in this exhibit that he created with Adobe Dimensions and Photoshop. They are a part of a larger body of work that he has created over the past twenty years.
Ken’s professional art career spans 48 years. He studied art at the Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, CA, worked as a commercial free-lance illustrator and taught illustration at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. He has worked on his art both in the traditional paintings methods as well as his digital styles.
Adobe Illustrator Professional
Theatrical Marketing Designer
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Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 1 pm
Steve began drawing cartoons at the age of six. His award winning hand drawn work lead him to various occupational positions in the art world.
He has been a magazine art director, a theatrical poster designer, a freelance cartoonist and currently, he is the art director of Cliff Keen Athletic in Ann Arbor.
His previous work was seen in the Riverside Arts Center’s “Small Works” exhibits of 2011 & 2013. His digital piece entitled “Chicago Intersection” received 2nd Place for 2D in the 2011 exhibit.
Steve has been working with digital art for many years and is very pleased to be a part of the Art Goes Digital exhibit.
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