Truly Virtual Web Art Museum presents
Artist in Vermont does classical art on the iPad
February 1, 2013 online exhibition launch
Corliss Blakely, an established professional artist and seventh generation Vermonter, paints still lifes and landscapes in a classically realist style. Corliss received her formal art training in Boston where she studied at the Vesper George Art School and The Museum School Of Fine Art.
Corliss is an internationally recognized artist for her work in several media, including watercolor, oil, and egg tempera. Her paintings hang in collections worldwide.
She is now painting on the iPhone and iPad, which has “opened up a new world for artists,” she says. “The world is changing and artists now have a new canvas to create on.” Corliss has translated her meticulous sharp focus technique in oils to this new technology.
Corliss is one of many professional artists who are embracing the iPad. The iPad lets her create anywhere without the space requirements, supply expenses. and toxic exposure of traditional media.
Corliss offers workshops with the app ArtStudio, and works directly with Sylvester Los of Lucky Clan, the ArtStudio developer.
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