UGallery attempts to replicate the traditional practices of a brick and mortar gallery on the internet. We’ve come across a lot of news about how technology is affecting artists, the art world, and collectors. Everyday, we ponder the future of art. We just heard from UGallery artist Alison Jardine about being featured on a CBS special that explored the potential for the Apple iPad to create art. Alison created 30 minute sketches on her iPad every single day for an entire year. Check out what she had to say.
Alison Jardine’s feature shows that technology and art can coexist in the same space. Her paintings, which explore light, are intensified on the iPad.
In the same week, one of our newest artists, Mary Lea Bradely tweeted a video that asked “Is the Web Browser Replacing the Art Gallery?” Here’s what the Idea Channel had to say:
Could iPads be the new canvas? Are brick and mortar galleries archaic and outdated? What do you think will happen to the art world in the future?