This week I was intriged by an article in Hackaday about Midjourney – an AI bot which makes images out of textual prompts given to it by the user. It’s pretty geeky stuff, and I don’t claim to understand what it’s doing but I managed to sign up for the free version and get itContinue reading “AI… is it art? And if it is am I out of a job?!”
Category Archives: Digital art
I was just sat under my favorite bridge and was remembering the freezing cold May evening when my husband and I filmed a short art piece called ‘Liminal’ for my MA Fine Art. I came home to realise that I have never actually posted it here! So here it is! My only regret is thatContinue reading “Liminal…”
I am busy at the moment, planning a new series of work based on Portsmouth Harbour and specifically the area around Forton Lake and the old buildings in Priddy’s Hard. This area is endlessly fascinating to me and often the object of my photography but coming up with a series of abstract paintings is anotherContinue reading “Considering….”
Hand-drawn map of Gosport
I was just reminded that it was two years ago that I drew this map of Gosport when a new art gallery (Yellow Edge) was opening in the town. There was a perception from visitors from Portsmouth that Gosport was “too far”, so I decided to show them that the gallery was a simple walkContinue reading “Hand-drawn map of Gosport”
The universe within….
A large part of my work this year is about encapsulating the universe within. Close your eyes for a minute; within each of us is an endless space – there is nothing, there are no ‘things’ – there are no boundaries. This space can be peaceful and full of potential – it is the universeContinue reading “The universe within….”
Raspberry Pi powered interactive digital art? Absolutely!
One of my favourite pieces at the show is Being Present – an interactive digital piece that aims to show people the benefits of mindfulness – of being present, even if only for 2 minutes.I have loved watching everyone try it out – not everyone sees it to the end but those that do (andContinue reading “Raspberry Pi powered interactive digital art? Absolutely!”
A raspberry pi digital clock! Creativity at it’s geekiest.
I thought I would dedicate this post to creativity of a different kind, electronic geeky stuff. No less creative than more artistic endeavours and sometimes a little more useful.A few weeks ago, I was bemoaning the fact that in the night I often find it hard to read my clock if I wake up. Continue reading “A raspberry pi digital clock! Creativity at it’s geekiest.”