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Julia Springer

Julia Springer

Twice the "feel-good factor"...
color your world with art AND help in the search for a cure for Parkinson's disease

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10% of the purchase price from all works will be donated by the artist to Team Fox, the grassroots community fundraising program of The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Disease research.

Welcome to my print fulfillment site! Please browse my work, and feel free to share on your favorite social media site - that way you'll help other people to discover it too. When you decide to invest in one of my works, I'd love it if you would drop me a line and introduce yourself to me, as it's lovely to know where my prints are finding their homes!

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Copyright Notice: All images are Copyright Julia Springer - all rights reserved.

Light energizes me - it always has!

For as long as I can remember I have been drawn to light, whether it is the green light of an impending storm, the golden hues of a sunset, or the interplay of light and shadow caused by reflected light. I love to see the light bouncing off the ripples of a rushing stream, or reflecting off a window into a gloomy alleyway between densely packed buildings in a city.

My convergent media work is not only inspired by light, but truly captures the energy of light.
First, my starting image is "drawn with light" through the medium of photography.
I then digitally process the images in my "light room" using multiple software programs. I will create multiple versions of the imagery - different exposures, versions that I have painted using digital brushes, digital sketches - and blend these together, to create my vision of the scene.
Typically I also add in some pure light from other photographs, to enhance the luminosity within the picture, and I emphasize the lines at the focal point, to give an embossed effect. I will often apply an impasto texture to the whole scene too; this adds a slightly 3D effect to the final print.
Generally I recommend canvas prints of my work, as this allows you to really appreciate the textured effects and to see the world in a different light ...

My work can be purchased in various sizes and on a variety of media, all backed by a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. Finally don't forget to join my mailing list to receive notification when I post new material to my blog, and to hear about new work and exhibits.


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