Calling all photographers! We're in the (digital) shop with Fort Wayne-based photographer John Gevers as he walks us through his post-production, or editing, routine on his work "Goat Island Light, Cape Porpoise, Maine".
The first day of September means one thing around here: the launch of the new Scholastic Art & Writing Awards season! We caught up with multiple award recipient Alyvia Luong to inspire those submitting this year!
To photograph or not to photograph, that is the question! Here, Director of Children's Education at #fwmoa Alyssa Dumire discusses the pros and cons of permitting photography in the galleries, and why some museums are more restrictive than others.
It's official! The 2021 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards starts today! Get inspired by multiple Award recipient Jocelyn Cooley as she discusses her Award winning portfolio, "Melanocytes", in this artist interview.
"These photographs were taken for you". Photographer Michelle Andonian, whose commissioned images are currently on display at FWMoA, describes her experience working in her homeland, Armenia, and what she takes away from her travels.
Image editing and image manipulation began with the advent of the photograph, but what differentiates the two? Kaitlin Binkley, FWMoA's Marketing Coordinator, explains all!
We'll be taking a break from posting blogs over the holidays, but the museum will still be open on select days! Come in from winter fun to warm up and enjoy art!
Generally speaking, from the Renaissance to the early 20th century art was realistic and detailed. This changed with the invention of the camera. Learn how one artist implemented the camera as a tool to make his work even more realistic.
Artists often have a team or collaborate with one another, bringing impactful visions that start conversations or remix old stories with new ideas. One such artist is commercial and editorial photographer Tim Tadder, who collaborated with sculptor Krisztianna to create the Las Muertas photo series.
When looking at a painting, we tend to focus on the surface: the subject(s), the colors, and the brushstrokes. But what lies beneath that? Today, let’s canvass the canvas, a popular painting surface for artists.