Jalass - Digitally Creating - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Immo Jalass

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Summary

I am creating digital compositions originally based (mostly) on a photography often worked out over more than 60 steps of copying, coloring, decoloring, stretching, detailed form and color changing etc. until the shown image was done and not one of the original photographic pixels was left. A kind of fantastic situation where everything seems to make a kind of new sense. - Digital paintings to be printed on high quality papers and worked out with dibond and/or plexiglass in any wanted size or to be shown in digital frames. Another way: Just buy the signed TIFF file in high resolution together with all copyrights documented and print it according to your own plans.

Services

Digitally Creating

Summary:

I am creating digital compositions originally based (mostly) on a photography often worked out over more than 60 steps of copying, coloring, decoloring, stretching, detailed form and color changing etc. until the shown image was done and not one of the original photographic pixels was left. A kind of fantastic situation where everything seems to make a kind of new sense. - So called digital paintings to be printed on high quality papers and worked out with dibond and/or plexiglass in any wanted size or to be shown in digital frames. Another way: Just buy the signed TIFF file in high resolution together with all copyrights documented and print it according to your own plans.

Work History

Digitally creating

Independent Artist

From February 2000

Daily digitally creating

Projects

In Memory

In Memory
of The POP-UP event at Gallery Radar Gallery
Friday July 5 and Saturday July 6, 2013 Radar hosted the POP-UP event "don't make me angry". During the event three artists worked live on the realisation of three different artworks.
The traditional process of creation-exhibition of works of art almost always foresees a specific itinerary, where the work is presented as a "finished product" and therefore directly "consumable". While acknowledging the creation as an intimate act, Radar wanted to reverse the institutional trend for once, hosting three artists that created work live, using their own techniques and ways of working.
The POP-UP event "don't make me angry" should be seen as an attempt and a possibility to make the public participate in an activity often seen as 'secret' and to allow them for once to have a look behind the mask that the artist wears when presenting a finished work.
Everybody present was free to interact with the artists through questions and comments or simply to observe the creation of a work of art. In this way Radar wanted to establish a link between the artists and the audience and create an unique work in progress event.
The three artists invited to the POP-UP event were:
Immo Jalass: digital art, galeriejalass.tripod.com
Nisja: urban paintings, nisja.carbonmade.com
Marcel Ozymantra: post-expressionistic storyteller and painter, ozymantra.nl
text by Marco Radar
See http://www.radar-amsterdam.com/don'tmakemeangry.html

Digital creations

free digital compositions originally based (mostly) on a photography often worked out over more than 60 steps of copying, coloring, decoloring, stretching, detailed form and color changing etc. until the shown image was done and not one of the original photographic pixels was left. A kind of fantastic situation where everything seems to make a kind of new sense. - Digital paintings to be printed on high quality papers and worked out with dibond and/or plexiglass in any wanted size or to be shown in digital frames. Another way: Just buy the signed TIFF file in high resolution together with all copyrights documented and print it according to your own plans.

Qualifications & Certifications

Hamburg

Selftaught

your art

school friend

your work

Famous Artits School that opened some new ways

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