It is often difficult to convey the depth, texture, and movement of a painting via photographs on the internet or even in a magazine. The qualities that initially drew us into the painting get lost.
A Review of our “1st year” Journey (by Frankie Creaturo): THANK YOU for reading and supporting TribeLA Magazine
The art chosen to represent the introduction of TribeLA Magazine is entitled “Journey” by Frank Creaturo, Jr. because that is exactly what we’re on; a journey to find and tell the stories behind the art of Los Angeles and the emerging artists behind that art.
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It is often difficult to convey the depth, texture, and movement of a painting via photographs on the internet or even in a magazine. The qualities that initially drew us into the painting get lost. However, that is not the case with the artwork of Frank Creaturo, Jr, whose creations appear as rich and fluid online as they do in real life.
Brooklyn, New York native Frank Creaturo, Jr. has an extensive artistic career. He studied at the School of Industrial Art and the School of Art and Design in NYC. Frank has been recognized with countless awards, featured in many newspapers for his works, has had several one man shows and was even spotlighted on Eyewitness News in New York. Frankie has been a contributing artist here at TribeLA Magazine since day one and his work will regularly be featured here.
I read about art and culture, art magazines, I joined about 36 art groups on Facebook and then I started my own called Art Effects and now has over 21,000 friends there to share their artwork and critique. I’ve even been invited to international shows, but that involves a lot of packing the art and then packing and shipping it home if it doesn’t sell. But, it’s been a great experience having the group and meeting people all over the world. And, I do ‘gift of the day’ on my own page because it’s too much to try and upload it to all the groups.