For a few years now some of us have been declared by the powers that be, that our creativity is something unessential to us.
Haiga is a word that points at a unique form of art that emerged in 17th century Japan, about the same time as the emergence of haiku as a distinct poetic form. Traditional haiga is a synthesis of painting and brush calligraphy. Contemporary haiga is created using a much wider range of materials and techniques. […]
Photography uses a lens to record light patterns on a physical substrate that is then chemically processed to produce a corporeal (physical) visual object. That object is either displayed as is or is subsequently used to render these patterns in a limited array of ways that are also photo-chemically produced. Digital Captures, (one form of […]