Digital technology has made art more accessible. With a tablet, you can draw whenever and wherever inspiration strikes, using any tools available.
Zhejiang Art Museum is calling for more conceptually driven artworks made on tablets. They will be displayed on the exhibition themed withPad Dimension: Visual Art From Graph to Virtual.
The exhibition will be divided into three sections.
In the first sectionThe Possibilities of Magic Plates, the audienceon site will be offered to fill colors on 4 outline paintings by Jaime Sanjuan Ocabo, a Spanish digital artist.
What does the world outside your own window look like? Grab the tablet pen and capture your views hanging outside the window.
A total of 200 works will be displayed in handpicked for the aforementioned sections.
Pad Dimension: Visual Art From Graph to Virtualwill present a selected photo of you and the West Lake magnified by tablets and engraved by laser on a giant canvas.
Anyone is encouraged to make digital art. Please submit your artworks via the email email@example.com Jan 30.