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F.A. Moore F.A. Moore 35653 posts

SoJie 14 Workshop

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Open APPLICATION for Traditional Works by Solo Member TRADITIONAL Artists.

Posting your work here means that you agree to the following:

1. That the work use purely TRADITIONAL art techniques – NO DIGITAL

2. That you are willingly to allow the work to be either used as “reference” or used as “inspiration”
for another work, over which you will not claim copyright. You are granting the translating
artist to use the composition for that ONE work only, and under certain conditions; and may impose
further restrictions; but not on sale of the ONE translated work or its prints or products.

3. That if your post is ultimately deleted from the posts, here, that you understand that to mean
it is not accepted. You may choose to post another in its stead, before the deadline.

4. The Deadline for posting is Wed. Sep 7, noon, New York time. Find your city’s time on the world clock

Remember:

  1. The work can not have been invited to a previous SoJie exhibition. You’ll see the badge in the comments of the image description page if it was.
  1. Use only The Special Easy Button – SoJie version to post your works here.
    Just input the the web address of your public comment page for the image and scroll down to press the small easy button. Everything is already checked off for you in the special version. DON’T CHANGE ANY SETTINGS. Copy the code that appears in the text box and paste it to a comment here.

 

Wed. September 7, 2011

LINK: AGREEMENT

Rules for Originating Traditional Artists posting "BASIS WORKS (i.e., works to be translated)

1) You may agree to all of the following translations, with a maximum of three total translations:

  1. ONE “Traditional Art” translation;
  2. ONE “Photographic Art” translation; and
  3. ONE “Digital Art” translation.

2) In each AGREEMENT for TRANSLATION, YOU are stating that you have already tagged the work. For the tags, Copy the appropriate tag, below, paste it below the “Translations” line by Editing the post containing your image; then substitute the artist name and provide a link to their profile:

  1. Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by “artist name”(link)
  2. Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by “photographer name”(link)
  3. Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by “digital artist name”(link)
  4. example: Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by F.A. Moore

To “edit” your post HERE, look to its left. Below your avatar – you’ll see an edit link. Click it and add the tag below the last line that begins with “Translations…”.

LINK: AGREEMENT

3) For the work to be in the October exhibition, your work must have been successfully translated at least ONCE, in the workshop.

 

Rules for Translating Artists and Photographers

1) Discuss with the originating artist your proposal to translate, including the MEDIUM, STYLE, AND SOJIE CATEGORY.
All 2nd and subsequent translations must be approved by me, before you contact the originating artist.

2) Use the provided AGREEMENT, which each party can sign digitally, to reduce possibilities for misunderstanding.
Read it so you understand your obligations and your rights. Fill in Paragraph 2 completely, sign by typing your name and date
at the bottom and forward to the Originating Artist who will also “sign” and date. Some fax or send by email rather than bmail.

Post the fully completed and “signed” agreement, here in the workshop, except for any private terms in paragraph 11, which
you should remove from your post.

LINK: AGREEMENT

There is no “stacking” of agreements allowed. Stacking, in this context, means having two or more agreements in the works at once.
A work MUST be completed before you seek permission to approach a second artist for translation.

3) At least TWO Works in Progress posts are expected, HERE, in this workspace, even by Photographers WHILE YOU ARE IN PROCESS, meaning before you go to the next stage of the work. (The exception is for Watercolor, where only ONE WIP is required.)

RELATED REQUEST: Please only post the the latest WIP in the Feature Medium size of the Easy Button. Hosts will enlarge it to 550×550. Previous WIPs may be reposted if they are smaller (The Feature Small size, or small thumbnails are perfect for recapping previous WIPs).

4) Deadline is September 30 for finals – end of the month. Wips must be posted BEFORE then.

5) OPTIONAL: SUMMARIZE YOUR WIP PROCESS (or finished work) IN THE FIRST TWO LINES OF TEXT OF YOUR POST. POST THE work-in-progress IMAGE JUST BELOW THE SUMMARY. SKIP A LINE before typing anything below the WIP image.

This is for the purpose of our volunteers who are adding a brief synopsis of your WIP process to Solo’s Facebook Wall. If there is no summary at the top, the volunteers will be instructed to NOT post a notice on Facebook concerning your WIP, or finished work.

Facebook wall posts really help our views in the workshop, so that everyone gets a little PR and has the opportunity to gain a new following.

Begin your summary with the word, “Summary”, so that the helpers will know it is intended for the Solo wall. End it with one dash and your artist name.

example of summary post:

Summary: Between WIP 5 and Final, I rotated the painting, refined the face and its features, detailed “Nature Jewels” on the hat with fowl, flora, and fauna, and used a palette knife across the background to create a look of something akin to “internal cosmic space”. – F.A. Moore


Cosmos
by F.A. Moore

blah, blah, blah… other stuff, enlarged explanation, questions to other workshop members, etc. goes here! This part will not be included.
Remember FB only uses tiny thumbnails. The actual images are not used.

 

 


 

SoJie 14 Catalog
of Originating, Translatable Traditional Artworks

 


 

Sue Nichol Sue Nichol 2815 posts


Froggatt Edge, Derbyshire
by Sue Nichol


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by Kathie Nichols
Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by John Poon
Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by Edy4Sure

Claudia Dingle Claudia Dingle 412 posts


maybe she was more cat than human, she thought
by dinglegallery


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by Annika Hiltunen

Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by John Holding

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Eliza Swieza

Diane Johnson-Mosley Diane Johnson-... 923 posts


Otherworld Botany
by Diane Johnson-Mosley


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Lisa Rhodes

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by Lily Noelle

Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by Kathie Nichols

limon limon 35 posts


grandmaa’s home
by limon


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by Gili Orr

Eddy Aigbe Eddy Aigbe 717 posts


Homesick
by edy4sure


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Elizabeth Bravo
Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by Diane Johnson-Mosley

Subhrajit Datta Subhrajit Datta 130 posts


End of the day
by Subhrajit Datta


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by maxy

Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by John Poon

Susan  Kimball Susan Kimball 477 posts


In Memory of Uncle Charlie
by Susan Kimball


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by ArtPearl

Tahnja Tahnja 609 posts


Self Portrait After Renoir
by Tahnja


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by F. A. Moore
Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Christina Rodriguez

Marsha Free Marsha Free 269 posts


… In bloom
by Marsha Free


Translations as follows:
Traditional art will be translated to photographic art by Antionette

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Danilo Lejardi

Christina Rodriguez Christina Rodr... 83 posts


Unexplainable Surge of Mine
by Christina Rodriguez


Translations as follows:

Traditional Art will be translated to Digital Art by David Barrow

Traditional Art will be translated to Traditional Art by Samantha Aplin

Leslie Gustafson Leslie Gustafson 751 posts


I Find It Hard to Take
by Leslie Gustafson


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by Samantha Aplin

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Robin Webster

Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by Cynthia Fusco

Samantha Aplin Samantha Aplin 528 posts


Bed of Roses
by Samantha Aplin


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by F A Moore

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by Anthea Slade

Elisabeth Dubois Elisabeth Dubois 1058 posts


The Welcoming
by Elisabeth Dubois

oils on canvas
16×24 inches
1999
An emotional painting created after the loss of both my parent within a span of three days.
It represents the energies of both and depicts my mother aiding my father out of his earthly bonds, reuniting their energies as one.


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be translated to digital art by John Poon

lilynoelle lilynoelle 1061 posts


The Scent of Love, beginnings
by lilynoelle


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be Translated to Digital art by Danilo Lejardi

Diane Schuster Diane Schuster 1017 posts


The Night Before Christmas
by Diane Schuster


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Rookwood Studio

Richard Sunderland Richard Sunder... 1299 posts


Hand Jive
by Richard Sunderland


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by Rhoufi

Anthea  Slade Anthea Slade 241 posts


Be Careful What You Wish For….
by Anthea Slade


Translations as follows: Traditional work will be translated to traditional art by Christina Rodriguez
Translations as follows: Traditional work will be translated to photographic art by Lucinda Walter

jyruff jyruff 311 posts


Magnificient Sea
by jyruff


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated into Traditional Art by Beatrice Cloake
Traditional work will be translated into Digital Art by Elisabeth Dubois

© Janis Zroback © Janis Zroback 6005 posts


Storm
by Janis Zroback

“When the storm came, it was like a roaring in her ears that would never stop"…


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be Translated into Photographic Art by JD Brummer/AsEyeSee
Traditional work will be Translated into Digital Art by Elizabeth Dubois
Traditional work will be Translated into Traditional Art by Leslie Gustafson

Elizabeth Bravo Elizabeth Bravo 5564 posts


A Glimmer of Hope
by Elizabeth Bravo


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be Translated to Traditional Art by Leslie Gustafson

Traditional work will be Translated to Digital Art by Sure2010

Antionette Antionette 887 posts

)
Bond
by Antionette


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Subhrajit Datta

Sherri     Nicholas Sherri Nic... 2755 posts


STAIRS HOME ..
by Sherri…Charmaine Nicholas


Translations as follows:

Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by DianeJohnson-mosley
Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by by John Poon

Randi Antonsen Randi Antonsen 190 posts


thinking about Jeff
by Randi Antonsen


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be translated to Digital Art by Eliza1Anna

LBarberRiley LBarberRiley 131 posts


Together
by Laura Barber-Riley


Translations as follows:
Traditional work will be translated to Traditional Art by jyruff
Traditional work will be translated to Photographic Art by Jay Taylor