Created by: Corliss Blakely
Where: iPad Lab
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Corliss had so much fun in 2015 that she has agreed to return for 2017. Don’t miss your chance to learn from this gifted and inspiring teacher.
Sign up for a two-hour workshop to learn how to create fine art on your iPad, or drop by and have a chat with Corliss Blakely if you would like to find out more about this emerging art format. It will all be in the “iPad Lab”.
The iPad and iPhone are the new canvas for artists.
Artists now can create anywhere .
Established artist and seventh generation Vermonter, Corliss Blakely paints still life and Vermont landscape in a classically realist style. She received her formal art training in Boston while she studied at the Vesper George Art School and classes at 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 also 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 these new technologies.
Corliss is one of many professional painters who are embracing a technology that lets them create any where without the space requirements, supply expenses, and prep time of traditional media.
Corliss offers online iPad painting courses with ArtStudio . She now has 3 courses that you can learn how to paint on the iPad with step by step videos.
Other apps recommended by Corliss are Procreate and Art Set Pro.