Questionable they’ve been, it was the many manifestos written by the avant guard artists of the early twentieth century that were useful in changing the core underlying values of artistic beliefs and conventions.
These notes were key in expressing new ideas, and I believe they are worthy of attention and study.
They marked those important moments in the evolution of an individual’s creative ideas. Now let me ask you something. Why have the last few years been significant, mobiles and iPads been around for some time? Anyways, for those who are part of the mobile art movement today, we must be proud to be its pioneers. Basically, the mobile digital art movement should celebrate change and innovation. As a result, it was no coincidence that I was recently contacted by The Mobile Art Academy, amidst the central official online hubs hosting the Mobile Art movement, with these points in mind.
We live in an exciting time where the are no boundaries in global communication.
Tablets, iPhones and iPads have come into their own as serious tools for a growing number of professional fine artists.
This versatile mobile digital art medium has officially hit the art world with a Big Bang. Accordingly the words connect, intimate, intuitive and fun stand out, So if we look at Steve Jobs’ insightful language on launching the first iPad.
In my mind, the beauty of this kind of organization is it’s support of independent professionals. There’re so many new technologies that have the potential to be used as creative vehicles. Today the developments are much harder to pin down. By the way, the solitary artist confined to his studio is a rarity now, and the mobile art movement is a reflection of this.