Many choices of media for art production…
This article was contributed by guest author Cheri Freund, a digital media artist.
The advantages of being a digital artist is the choice of medium in which the final work of art can be produced. The more presentation options available to a client, the more diversified the artist becomes.
I’ve spent several years researching the various production ‘choices’ seeking optimal archival quality, durability and visual high standards that we all have come to expect. There are new technologies constantly being developed for the various output devices of digital files onto various medium. Which also includes the use of more ‘Green’ art production methods. A good trend to see.
When working with a good gallery quality print house, they should be able to help you determine the best material to showcase your art in the best visual format (i.e. Giclee canvas and/or papers can vary in weave or paper weight, etc..). However, using the traditional digital printing medium isn’t the only output option to consider these days. I’ll begin to expand on the various ‘choices’ of media available for a variety of industries in my next post.
The image shown above, ‘Color Shift’ is an example of my digital fine art. Various programs were used to create the final image.
If you’d like to learn more about what I do, please visit my online portfolio –> www.cherifreund.com
*Please note: All images shown within this blog posting are copyrighted © Cheri Freund. Digital Watermark present. Unauthorized reproduction of any image is prohibited without written consent of the artist.