A post shared by f.y.e. For Your Entertainment (@officialfye) on Apr 4, 2019 at 8:03am PDT In a hectic world that’s always on the go, Bob Ross is a symbol of gentle, much-needed calmness. The painter and television host had the ability to help everyone—no matter their artistic prowess—to see creativity within themselves by giving them the confidence to put brush to canvas.
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Invented by Frederick Scott Archer and Gustave Le Gray in 1851, wet plate photography is one of the oldest photography techniques. It’s sometimes referred to as the collodion process and involves coating, exposing, and developing a negative image from a wet glass plate. Today, many fine art photographers still render their images using the same process, resulting in black and white photos that look like they’re from the 19th century.
At first glance, the work of Cj Hendry looks like colorful blobs of oil paint.
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