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My Next Projects: A Mask And Dollar store Wreath

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I am hoping to finish the mask I am working on:

D_W Mask
Deer_Wolf Mask

Plus, I have a new wreath in the works. All the supplies for the Wreath either came from the Dollar storeor from Amvets, a thrift store.

I actually got a simular idea and directions from the Dollar Tree onlineflyer. However, true to course for me I am making it my own and changing some of the materials needed.

Below you will see the pages I screen shot from the Dollar Tree‘s catalog.

$ Tree Wreath


The rise wreath is created by making little roses from hot clue and felt then gluing them on a board you cut in the shape of a heart or you can take a foam form in sgape of a heart and fill it in the center with florist foam, which you can also get at the Dollar Store.

I am going to exchange the felt for cloth that I cut in strips. Not sure red and pink or stick with red and white. Also, not sure if I am going to stick with the pattern or design one of my own. As for backing of the Wreath I haven’t decided but I will be posting!

Let me know if you try this wreath and let me see your wreaths!

Peace and Happiness,

TrinityHawk

We Moved!!

Trinityhawk Photography & Multimedia Are Moving!

TrinityHawk Photography & Multimedia moved across town!

That is right TrinityHawk Photography & Multimedia  are sitting up shop in a larger studio, and have a new film Motirola vintage camera, which I am planning to do some black and white projects.

I have already started sitting into motion a Environment surreal photo project!  In this project I will be making visual commentary about how the human race is effecting the Earth and our connection to nature.

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So, keep an eye out as this project comes together I will post examples here for you to see.

Also, don’t for get to check out my Facebook page, as there has been some changes. If you haven’t liked my page be sure to like it.

Peace & Blessings

Cut It Out – A Visual StoryTelling Project

I am working with a local photographer – Cheryl Gorski to produce a visual storytelling project. Thehidingcpr Visual Storytelling series is called “Cut It Out” and is about Domestic Violence. Visual Storytelling is a phase that has been making its’ rounds a lot more in the recent years.  In simple terms visual storytelling is a technique that uses photos, photo manipulation, videos, illustrations, presentations, paintings, and other visual means, to convey a message. The message can evoke almost any emotional response in a viewer, from humor, shock, informing, inspiring, etc.

About one quarter of the human brain is involved in visual processing more than any other sense.

Flash AngercprThe human species makes sense of the world around them by using all their 5 senses, will some people say by using all their 6 senses.  However, scientist have found that about one quarter of the human brain is involved in visual processing, more then any other sense.  Visual processing has been the way humans have made sense of the world since the stone age. Visual storytelling has its’ history in the prehistoric cave paintings and the impact from them still effect us today during the internet era.

TrinityHawk Photography & Multimedia uses this knowledge and the knowledge found by the 3M Corporation earlier this year that our brains process images 60,000 times faster than it does text[1], and MIT scientist discovered that we are capable of processing entire images in just 13 milliseconds [2] to the process of creating their artwork.  Viewers look at a piece of work for a split second and decide what reaction it causes within them, if it is a good reaction, one of awe, even if it is shocking. This reaction will draw the viewer back to view the work again, more often then not.  That is the name of the game, if an art lover or collector is drawn back to a piece they are more apt to buy, because they are more apt to want that piece in their collection or on their own wall.

The photos posted in this projects are a collaboration between both her photography, my photography manipulation and my computer art to create fine art ready for printing and show casing at art shows.   We are hoping to also put it all together in a photo book combined with statics on Domestic Violence.

Please, enjoy this sneak peek and leave comments on your thoughts of the art and project itself.

[1] Tim Elmore |Growing Leaders | page6

[2] January 16, 2014 | Anne Trafton | Medical Press | “Neuroscientist Find the Brain Can Identify Images Seen For As Little As 13 Milliseconds”