Here's a 3-D virtual reality way to see many of my charcoals and consider how beautiful they could be as oils (stay tuned for more uploads to my website!)
Before the pandemic, life was a combination of too many things to do and lots of places to go. Art exhibits and studio sittings, massage therapy and violin-ing with bands and dances. I was a full time artist and caregiver. Now I'm a full time artist & tree hugger, waiting for my vaccine.
Below, is a link to a panomatic 360 virtual art gallery exhibit at the WAV (Working Artists Ventura) Gallery promoted in 2019.
I (Michelle Nosco) drew and exhibited a bevy of charcoal drawings, Sarah Flesher showed a modicum of paper dolls and acrylic paintings and my mom JeanneMarie StGermain (RIP last August 2020) displayed a small caboodle of watercolor portraits of really awesome women in history like Beatrice Wood, Mother Teresa and Maya Angelou.
This interactive experience allows the viewer to walk around the WAV Gallery and look at each work of art up close and personal (thanks Art Model Shannon for most of the personal beautiful poses you gave us in our Nosco Studio drawing group sessions. Discreet and tastefully rendered if I do say so myself). Further thanks go to Daniel Huber of the WAV for his expertise in photographing and stitching together this virtual 3-D artistic experience.
Have fun and enjoy from the comfort of your home
Ciao for Niao