The following is a collection of the many and varied examples of original artwork crafted by our staff. Due to the numerous contributions- coupled with gallery space limitations – one blog post could not comfortably contain all entries.
Therefore, the cyber art gallery will appear as a two-part series. This post represents the first.
Artwork appears in no particular order and is arranged by artist whenever possible. If you have a question about the artwork just post it in the comments section at the end and we will respond.
3 D and 2 D photographs by Steve McInerny
Offset (3 D) photos are meant to be viewed with special glasses for full effect.
Ice was photographed using a Stereo Realist film camera circa 1940.
3 D photographs are known as anaglyphs and require red and cyan (blue-green) glasses
3 D glasses
A pen and ink and watercolor using a wash technique
by Lucy Holley
Photo of scarf knit by Jenny Arch
By Jenny Arch
Crochet art by Willow Hearth
Magical, mystical, mundane, I can crochet almost anything. I’ve been crocheting for about 9 years and love coming up with new patterns and creations.
Ursula and Maleficent
Toothless is from the movie How to Train Your Dragon
Minions are from the movie Despicable Me
a crowd of fairies
Discworld is the name of a fantasy book series by author Terry Pratchett.
Painting with melted crayons by Ellen Wendruff
Birdbath & flowers
Oil painting and sculpture by Ellen Wendruff
Figure in clay
a rooster designed in copper on a wood backing by Ellen Wendruff
Stay tuned for PART TWO…