Posts Tagged ‘design’

DCF 1.0

This is a my photograph of tin snips and a cut up can of ginger ale soda.

 

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Heart 1

Heart 1

My painting Heart 1 is in the art collection of  Tim and Kathy Carson. It is enamel paint on paper board  using  a screwdriver to apply the paint.
This painting is reproduced on mugs, apparel, and many other products, and can be purchased on johndyessart.com

Cosmic Love

Cosmic Love painting by John Dyess

Reproductions of my painting “Cosmic Love” on tee shirts, framed prints, wall art, pillows ,greeting cards, phone cases, apparel and coffee mugs can be purchased on johndyessart.com

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DCF 1.0

Several years ago I was watching a U 2 concert on television and took photos of the screen.Here a a few of these photos. I find the blurred images very interesting. I painted some areas using a Photoshop brush.

DCF 1.0

DCF 1.0

 

stl4hou1

This image is a digital photograph of my television screen of a televised Stl. Baseball game. I enhanced the photo in Photoshop.

hidden woman

Photograph by John Foster Dyess

broken ornament

broken – having been fractured or damaged and no longer in one piece or in working order: a broken arm. • (of a relationship) ended, such as through infidelity: a broken marriage. • denoting a family in which the parents are divorced or separated: he grew up poor in a broken family | unable to survive in this broken household. • (of an agreement or promise) not observed by one of the parties involved. 2 (of a person) having given up all hope; despairing: he went to his grave a broken man.

t years mark 2

I took a photograph of this graffiti inside of a restaurant last week. Writing on the walls of the waiting area of this restaurant is encouraged. I took a photo of a table in the waiting area, that had a lot of graffiti writing on it.I have enhanced the photograph in Photoshop by painting over the photo with the paintbrush tool and increased the saturation of the color. This image is similar to other photos I have taken of graffiti and than enhanced in Photoshop.

Do not write on Brick

I took a photograph of this graffiti inside of a restaurant yesterday. Writing on the walls of the waiting area of this restaurant is encouraged. I have enhanced the photograph in Photoshop by painting over the photo with the paintbrush tool and increased the saturation of the color. This image is similar to other photos I have taken of graffiti and than enhanced in Photoshop.

*”Kilroy was here !”
*Kilroy – The little cartoon bald head, peering over a fence that hid everything except his eyes and his long U-shaped nose … and sometimes his fingers, gripping the top of the fence. And his proclamation, “Kilroy was here.” Kilroy was here, or Kilroy for short, is a popular military graffiti depicting a man with a long nose peeking over the top of a wall.
Graffiti itself goes back to ancient times.

I want to thank  followers of my blog and all those that are looking at my blog
posts. Most of my posts relate to visual art, including a lot of my visual art.
Happy New Year !

 

 

 

inner space 122618

I’ve been working on this digital image this week, which will be added to my “Inner Space” series of paintings. I’ve been working on this series for several years and have posted many of digital and traditional paintings from this series. 

detail of inner space 12-18

detail of Inner Space painting 12-18

Reproductions of several of my Inner Space paintings can be purchased on johndyessart.com  Several family members have had my Inner Space paintings reproduced on their cell  phone cases.