Mission Artist Releases Wacky Art App to Customize Photos
Mission-based artist Patrick Sean Gibson this week co-released an updated version of the mobile application Brain Snap. Created in collaboration with the iPhone app producer 99centbrains, the app allows users to apply Gibson’s original artwork to their personal photographs. The new version includes even more of what he calls “my wacky, wacky art” — including fonts, faces and designs — to decorate photos. Watch our video to learn more about the man...
Touchstone – The Art of Linda Connor
Linda Connor has had a distinguished career as a photographer. She studied with Harry Callahan at the Rhode Island School of Design; then went on to study with Aaron Siskind in Chicago at the Institute of Design’s Master Program. Since 1969, she has taught photography at the San Francisco Art institute. Her work is in [...]
Churning out a few studies for an upcoming oil series #AttentionWhore before I head off to Yosemite for the week. Still deciding on scale and a couple of elements stylistically, but you get the general direction. Ah, the evolution of courtship. Pure romance right here. . .
There are more artists in the Mission than any other neighborhood in San Francisco