I ‘m fascinated with the art being produced with the iPhone and the wonderful Brushes app.  Today ‘s example “ produced with Brushes and a Pogo stylus no less! “ once again comes via a new Twitter connection, and more importantly from an artist called Corliss Blakely, who is known as Artistinvermont on Twitter. […]
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iPhone Art: More Beautiful Work with Brushes from An Artist in Vermont

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I ‘m fascinated with the art being produced with the iPhone and the wonderful Brushes app.  Today ‘s example “ produced with Brushes and a Pogo stylus no less! “ once again comes via a new Twitter connection, and more importantly from an artist called Corliss Blakely, who is known as Artistinvermont on Twitter.

I ‘m not sure if Corliss has other examples of work with Brushes, but I did get a chance to browse her website a little “ and admire her oil paintings, mostly still life and lovely, wintry Vermont scenes.

Here is a slice of her Bio from the site:

Established artist and seventh generation Vermonter, Corliss Blakely paints still-life and Vermont landscape in a classically realistic style.  She received her formal art training in Boston. While there she studied at Vesper George Art School and The Museum School Of Fine Art.
   The homes, farms and antiques of her ancestors in northern Vermont often are portrayed in her paintings. Corliss is nationally recognized for her work, which hangs around the world.

The Brushes work shown in the screencap at the top of this post was posted in a twitpic, so if you ‘re a fan of iPhone art, follow Corliss Blakely as Artistinvermont on Twitter.   Oh, and definitely give her website a look to see lots more of her work done (shockingly) without the benefit of an iPhone “ HERE.

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