The World Through My Eyes by Blind Artist George Redhawk

To create most of my .gifs, I am using a photo morphing software which I have been experimenting with, and perfecting over several years. Morphing software is designed to morph one photo to another photo, but a long time ago, I discovered that if I morph a photo to the exact same photo, I could get some pretty amazing movement out of it.  Following the loss of most of my vision, I began to explore this medium as a means to express the world through my damaged sight. My art is designed with the idea to challenge and in some cases, disturb the visual sense of ‘order’, very much in the same way that my vision has become a constant challenge to me. It is also for this reason I refer to my work as, The World Through My Eyes Check out Redhawk’s portfolio at google


Meet T Barny, SCULPTOR

A native of California, with a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, T Barny has been creating sculpture professionally for over 40 years at his studio in Healdsburg, California. During his career, T Barny has produced over 1000 works in steel, bronze, wood and water, but his fascination is with stone. He has carved 211 different kinds of rock from 53 countries. Collected in 23 countries, his work has been shown in over 100 galleries worldwide and he has participated in more than 600 individual and group exhibitions.

“I aspire to create sculpture that reflects a world filled with magic and wonder, celebrating the interrelated continuousness of all things through my Mobius-like works, with a single, traceable, looping edge. My works are produced through a method of direct carving, which entails having no preconceived notions or models from which to derive the final shape of my pieces. Instead, I allow the natural rhythms of the materials I use to guide me to a final product, rich with serene fluidity.”

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Marco Polo di Suvero was born to Matilde Millo di Suvero and Vittorio di Suvero. Di  Suvero was one of four children. His father was a naval attaché for the Italian government and the family resided in Shanghai. With the outbreak of World War II, di Suvero immigrated to San Francisco, California with his family in February 1941.  He attended University of California, Santa Barbara and began creating sculptures while at UCSB. He transferred to the University of California, Berkeley and graduated with a B.A. in philosophy in 1957.  Di Suvero is one of the most important American artists to emerge from the Abstract Expressionist era. A pioneer in the use of steel, di Suvero is without peer in the exhibition of public sculpture worldwide. Mark di Suvero’s architectural-scale sculptures – many with moving elements that invite viewer participation – have been exhibited in the United States, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia, Japan and the United Kingdom. Di Suvero is the first living artist to exhibit in Le Jardin de Tuileries and Les Esplanades des Invalides in Paris and at Millennium Park-Chicago. His work is in over 100 museums and public collections including the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, National Gallery of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Walker Art Center, and Storm King Art Center where he has had three major exhibitions.  


“Steven Assael is recognized nationally as one of the leading representational figurative artists of his generation. His portrayal of the human image is empathic, ennobling, and psychologically penetrating. Assael’s figure compositions synthesize the characteristics of the past masters with a selective eye for the present, suffusing elements of naturalism and romanticism to blend contemporary techniques with those of the past.

Born and raised in New York, NY, Assael showed an enthusiasm for art at a young age, taking art classes at the Museum of Modern Art at the age of four. He attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and currently teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York and at The New York Academy of Art.

Assael’s work is included in public and private collections around the world including the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University and the Chicago Institute of Fine Arts. His work was exhibited in a ten-year retrospective at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle and CBS Sunday Morning ran a feature on the artist and the show.”

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