Tangible Art

As an artist in 2019, I create a lot of digital art. I create photographs and videos, graphics, and poetry. All these amazing things that aren’t tangible.

This Christmas I got a taste of what it’s like to see your art come to life.

I was sent Christmas cards from families that included shots I took when I did fall sessions this year. I was given the gift of a FrameBridge gift card. I got to pick my favorite photo and bring it to life.

My intangible art was brought to life. It was made tangible. If you’re an artist that lives in a digital world, seeing your art. and being able to touch it is a game changer. When I got those Christmas cards in the mail; I cried.

When I hung a framed photo that I took on the wall it made me want to pursue it even more. Getting digital art into the real world is how you find the inspiration to keep going even when you don’t feel like anymore.

So what are you waiting for? You want to become more creative, hang a creation that you’re proud of right in front of your face. When you see it daily you will be challenged to keep at it.

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