Tag Archives: Karen Axelrad

Shake, Rattle & Roll – Apps Uncovered 24 February 2019

Shake, Rattle & Roll – Apps Uncovered 24 February 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald A wonderful coincidence happened today. As I began looking through this week’s images looking for a possible theme, I noticed that many of the images had a certain agitated or blurred look to them and since my other passion, besides art, is music, an inevitable song emerged, this time; “Shake, Rattle

Apps Uncovered 23 December 2018

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Red, Gold and Green are colours that feature heavily during this festive period and when I spotted Francoise Teissier’s image: Sous la pluie; a gorgeous shimmer of cycle rider dashing through the city lights, with beautiful watery sliding tones of these particular hues, I knew it would be the lead image

Apps Uncovered 11 November 2018- I heart Mobile Art and Photography

Selection Stef Le Pape It was very difficult to choose one feature photo for this weeks IPC Apps Uncovered. Such a wide range of styles that caught my attention. It was such a pleasure to consider all the contributions. The lead image comes from Kate Zari Roberts, I must confess I am bias towards her

Apps Uncovered 19 August 2018 Mostly Abstract

Selected by Stef Le Pape Featuring : Karen Axelrad, Maarten Oortwijn, Milly M., Tyler Hewitt,jane Shultz, Lead image by Karen Axelrad where life imitates art.   App used: Hipstamatic This photo was taken with the iPhone7 at the Gerhard Richter exhibit at the Museum Barberini in Potsdam. His paintings have huge strokes of bright color

Apps Uncovered 24 June 2018 – The show must go on…

Selected by Stef Le Pape This week’s Apps Uncovered presents a selection of what I found to be the most interesting for the past week in our Flickr group, across a wide range of styles and subjects. This week’s Apps uncovered title just sprung to mind as a commonality between certain images.(Even if just a

Apps Uncovered 13 May 2018 – Infinity and beyond.

Selected by Stefanie LePape This weeks lead image comes from Boris B Shultz.  Life imitating art. Its in the details. As a plus; the crossover of  tones from painter, painting and painted have an effect similar to an infinity mirror. Today’s showcase demonstrates a variety of approaches in using ones mobile device as a tool

Apps Uncovered 25 February 2018

Selection by Stefanie LePape This week’s defining words for me would no doubt include, somber and sobering. Ten miles. That is the distance between myself and the story of 17 others cut short unexpectedly. [A reference to the 17 who perished in the high school shooting in Parkland, Florida. – Ed.] Most of us go