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Flo Minton Photography
Creative Director Flo Minton is a Florida based fine art photographer, aerial photographer and digital artist.
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
I am really excited about a new creative partnership with Florida portrait photographer Natasha Meyer. We will be bringing an exciting new suite of products to her photography studio clients through Citrus Creative PhotoWorks™.
These one-of-a-kind fine art pieces will be available as special orders in the following formats:
- canvas prints with oil rub and/or cracquelure finish
- hand painted prints on fine watercolor paper, rice paper or silk
- facemounted prints on acrylic with metallic standoffs
- prints on fine art metals
- encaustic portraits on wood board hand rubbed with oil paint or pastels
- wood block collages, triptychs, diptychs and other dimensional mixed media collage pieces
- image transfers on metal, wood, marble and glass
Top image is original image, bottom image is my rendering. Click on photo to see larger image.
It’s almost one year ago my work was part of the Imagination Squared exhibit at the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art. I never got a chance to showcase the photo on my blog, so I will do so now as the anniversary approaches. Around 900 artists were given small blank squares and asked to create their own piece of art. The squares were then hung as a huge grid that took up the whole main gallery of the museum. The exhibit’s opening was one of the largest events in MOCA history with hundreds attending the reception and thousands of viewers coming to view the exhibit. The highlight of the evening for the artists was definitely the fun of trying to find your square. They also made posters for us to sign our square and a three page pullout of all 900+ squares in Arbus Magazine’s commemorative edition.
Click here to see my original Facebook posting of the opening night reception – what a night to remember!