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From now until the end of June we will post at least once a day with details on what you can experience at home during this pandemic year for Charleston’s annual festival of all arts. For 2020, FestivALL is when The Internet Becomes A Work Of Art. Every day we will bring you up to date on this year’s VirtuALL FestivALL, plus we will flash back to some of our video coverage from previous years, and I will dig into the archives for one post in the Monday Morning Art Exhibit, collecting some of my favorite pieces from the nearly fifteen years that I’ve been posting my original work here in PopCult.
Today’s big events include:
From March, 2016, we have the first piece of art I did after my doctor suggested I may have Myasthenia Gravis, but a few weeks before I was officially diagnosed. That has nothing to do with this piece, “Bent Perspective On Eighth Avenue,” which was hand-drawn using a mouse, on a new layer over a digitally-manipulated photograph of Eighth Avenue in NYC. I cheated and added the tones with digital effects, because crosshatching that intricate was not possible with a mouse, or with my then-paralyzed fingers.