Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond(Avatar-- Zinnia Zauber) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Second Life: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Brauni/189/65/22 hueareyou.com uniqueasyou.com http://www.zinniazauber.blogspot.com http://zinniazauber.wordpress.com/ virtual expressions and immersive art http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKiojYRByDE&feature=player_embedded
• I am an artist, instructor, and superhero (arts advocate 提倡 ) promoting the importance of creative education and community participation in the arts that are active and inclusive. I create real world one of a kind handcrafted art, apparel, textiles ( 紡織品 ), computer assemblages ( 集合 ), sculptures, videos, and publications that embrace the empowerment ( 活力化 ) of brilliant hues, individualism, and acceptance. My artwork and apparel in Second Life samples from my own studio like handdyed handwoven textiles to digital prints on draped ( 垂掛的 ) fabric ( 織品 ).
The fastest means to create an impression, with the emphasis ( 重點 )on personal motivation ( 動機 ), is with color. • Color and its meaning is my passion and lifelong study. I devised the "hue are you?" color style system to streamline ( 精 簡 ) expression and enhance your personal passion and ambitions ( 志向 ). What do you want to convey ( 傳達 )? • Each style set in the system uses the clear language of color. I created apparel, art, and do personal evaluations ( 評價 ) using my color style system.
My passion is to interweave ( 使交織 ) color theory, iconic ( 標誌性的 ) content, and education with hopeful beliefs and storytelling to produce a multi-layered( 多層次 ) message about kind acceptance ( 贊同 ).• A great deal of my artwork is crafted from textile methods and playful interpretations of identity through colorful means.• I have been working with computers as a fine art and interactive medium for over twenty-seven years. This technique lends itself to sculptural artwork and my assemblages contain elements of computer- enhanced images, transparencies, hand weaving, and textiles.
hand dyed yarn • colorful and unique • digitally printing on the silk and then hand painting over them • The silk scarves have a multi-layered process starting with photographing flowers and enhancing their colors and pose. Then they are digitally transformed into a pattern and printed directly onto the silk. • Each printed scarf as a different design, no two are alike.http://uniqueasyou.com/creations_apparel.htm