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Artomatic – The World Through My iPhone List

May
18,
2012
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Thanks for visiting my site and my exhibit at Artomatic!  If you haven’t seen my exhibit and stumbled across my site somehow, you can get an idea of what it looks like here.

Below is a list of pieces I’m exhibiting with links to an okay-ish photo of the piece for reference.  Each piece is one of a kind and available for purchase.  Some of them are on reserve and are marked with “RESERVED!“.  The ones that are sold are indicated with “SOLD!” If you are interested in purchasing a piece, email me at dcskagirl@gmail.  I will be updating this page frequently (and the actual exhibit wall as often as possible) when pieces have sold.

I also attended Meet the Artist Night and had a great time meeting many of you!  Thanks for your support and for checking out my artwork.

  1. Autumn Leaf, Rockville, MD, 2008.
  2. ALF!, Washington, DC, 2008.
  3. Reflecting Pool, Washington, DC, 2008.
  4. Beni Kurishima, Sr., Washington, DC, 2008.
  5. Lambretta, Richmond, VA, 2009.
  6. Super Barack, New York, NY, 2008.
  7. The Castaways, Washington, DC, 2009.
  8. Sant Ocean Hall, Washington, DC, 2009.
  9. So This is the Night (Vic Ruggiero, the Slackers),
    Falls Church, VA, 2008
    .
  10. Gigantic Trilobite, Washington, DC, 2008.
  11. Flying Whale, Washington, DC, 2009.
  12. Nationals Park, Washington, DC, 2008. RESERVED!
  13. Icon, New York, NY, 2008.
  14. Suburban Fall, Bethesda, MD, 2008.
  15. Washington Monument, Washington, DC, 2008.
  16. Yard Food, Gaithersburg, MD, 2008.
  17. Sleepy Cats, Gaithersburg, MD, 2008.
  18. Are Years What?, Washington, DC, 2009.
  19. MAGIC Tag, Washington, DC, 2009. RESERVED!
  20. This Bronto Went to Miami, Miami, FL, 2009. RESERVED!
  21. Have You Seen My Butter?, Astoria, NY, 2008.
  22. Sailing Past Lady Liberty, New York, NY, 2008.
  23. Hay Truck, Boyds, MD, 2009.
  24. LL Cool J at Ludacris’s CD Release Party, New York, NY, 2008.
  25. Bridges at Night, New York, NY, 2008.
  26. Quince Blossoms, Wheaton, MD, 2009.
  27. Shadow Boardwalkers, Asbury Park, NJ, 2009.
  28. A Seagull, A Coconut, A Beach, An Ocean, Nassau, Bahamas, 2009. RESERVED!
  29. Spider Attack, Washington, DC, 2009. RESERVED!
  30. Sea Fingers, Washington, DC, 2008.
  31. Brillo Box, Richmond, VA, 2011.
  32. Henry & Glenn, Gaithersburg, MD, 2010.
  33. Meyer Lemon Slices, Gaithersburg, MD 2012.
  34. Thee Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco, CA, 2010.
  35. Our Moment, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, 2010.
  36. Apple Stack, Dallas, TX, 2010. SOLD!
  37. That’s A Lot of Cornflakes, Los Angeles, CA, 2011. SOLD!
  38. IAD, Dulles, VA, 2010. RESERVED!
  39. What Do You Know About Mahalia Jackson?, Los Angeles, CA, 2010.
  40. Howard U Loves 5 Guys!, Washington, DC, 2011.
  41. Have You Seen the Doctor?, New York, NY, 2011.
  42. Playing Koi, San Francisco, CA, 2010. RESERVED!
  43. Defy the Standards (Disney Concert Hall – F. Gehry),
    Los Angeles, CA, 2012
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  44. Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco, CA, 2012.
  45. Adopt, New York, NY, 2010.
  46. No Dumping, Baltimore, MD, 2010.
  47. Hello, Mantis!, Gaithersburg, MD, 2011.
  48. Nastygram, Washington, DC, 2011.
  49. Steve Thought Different, New York, NY, 2011.
  50. Revolt Like an Egyptian, Washington, DC, 2011.
  51. Old Technology, Your Time Has Expired, Baltimore, MD, 2010. RESERVED!
  52. Mmm…Veggies!, Deep Creek Lake, MD, 2011.
  53. Intricate Winter, Washington, DC, 2011. RESERVED!
  54. Choco-Strawberries, Gaithersburg, MD, 2011. – SOLD!
  55. BSA Tank, Germantown, MD, 2010.
  56. BAD WOLF, Charlottesville, VA, 2010.
  57. Butterfly, Great Falls, VA, 2011.
  58. Vivid Blue DC Sky, Washington, DC, 2011.
  59. Sunset, Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos, 2012. RESERVED!
  60. Spring Is Here!, Gaithersburg, MD, 2012.
  61. Chicken Nerd, New York, NY, 2011.
  62. Who Doesn’t Like Pottery?, Thurmont, MD, 2010.
  63. Bob Marley Mural, San Francisco, CA, 2010.
  64. Berlin via Dallas, Dallas, TX, 2010.
  65. Sometime Between 3 & 6, Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos, 2012. RESERVED!
  66. Do the Dog, New York, NY, 2010.
  67. Take it to the Bridge, San Francisco, CA, 2012.
  68. Red, Red Wine, Middleburg, VA, 2011. RESERVED!
  69. Punchcards, Washington, DC, 2011.
  70. Lost in the City, New York, NY, 2011. RESERVED!
  71. Jellyfish, La Jolla, CA, 2010. RESERVED!
  72. Selfish, Baltimore, MD, 2010. RESERVED!
  73. Self-Portrait, Wheaton, MD, 2010.
  74. Bird of Paradise, Silver Spring, MD, 2011.
  75. Vespa GS160 – Swoon, Washington, DC, 2010. SOLD!
  76. Maryland Rocks!, Great Falls, VA, 2011.
  77. R.I.P. Whitney, Los Angeles, CA, 2012.
  78. Airborne, La Jolla, CA, 2011.
  79. Infinity, Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos, 2012.
  80. The King of Pop, Los Angeles, CA, 2010.
  81. Writer’s Block, New York, NY, 2011.
  82. D is for Dog Butt, Los Angeles, CA, 2011.
  83. Cranberries, Gaithersburg, MD, 2011.
  84. Lo-Gas, Somewhere between L.A. and Vegas, 2012. SOLD!

84 – Lo-Gas – SOLD!

Jun
3,
2012
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Lo-Gas

84 – Lo-Gas – SOLD!
Somewhere between L.A. and Vegas, 2012.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

83 – Cranberries

Jun
3,
2012
0
Cranberries

83 – Cranberries
Gaithersburg, MD, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

82 – D is for Dog Butt

Jun
3,
2012
0
D is for Dog Butt

82 – D is for Dog Butt
Los Angeles, CA, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

81 – Writer’s Block

Jun
3,
2012
0
Writer's Block

81 – Writer’s Block
New York, NY, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

80 – The King of Pop

Jun
3,
2012
0
The King of Pop

80 – The King of Pop
Los Angeles, CA, 2010.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

79 – Infinity

Jun
3,
2012
0
Infinity

79 – Infinity
Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos, 2012.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

78 – Airborne

Jun
3,
2012
0
Airborne

78 – Airborne
La Jolla, CA, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

77 – R.I.P. Whitney

Jun
3,
2012
0
R.I.P. Whitney

77 – R.I.P. Whitney
Los Angeles, CA, 2012.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

76 – Maryland Rocks!

Jun
3,
2012
0
Maryland Rocks!

76 – Maryland Rocks!
Great Falls, VA, 2011.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.

75 – Vespa GS160 – Swoon – SOLD!

Jun
3,
2012
0
Vespa GS160 - Swoon

75 – Vespa GS160 – Swoon – SOLD!
Washington, DC, 2010.

Part of “The World Through My iPhone” series displayed at Artomatic, 2012.

The World Through My iPhone Exhibit Artomatic 2012

About this Exhibit:

This exhibit debuted at Artomatic in 2009.  I started this project to demonstrate that you can actually make quality prints using an iPhone 3G (2.0 megapixel camera).  I had a lot of fun creating this project and received some awesome feedback, so I decided to do it again!

Since 2009, I’ve taken thousands of photos with both my iPhone 3G and iPhone 4.  This exhibit has new pieces as well as some from the last Artomatic.  The subjects of my photos are mostly things from my everyday adventures here and on the road, which reflect life as it happens.

Each iPhone photo is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and is mounted in a replica iPhone frame.  I made the replica iPhone frames by hand using Plexiglas, spray paint, and foil tape.