James Faure Walker

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In our normal way of thinking, a 'fine art' drawing involves direct observation, even if it is 'abstract' or made by collecting raindrops. It is something for the viewer to linger over: the sensitive touch of brush, pen or pencil on paper, the illusion of light and shade, that timeless moment of the Rem-brandt drawing of a child learning to walk. Such(More)
This paper recounts the rationale and process of writing a book on digital painting, the coming together of computer graphics and contemporary art. As both a digital and a 'physical' painter, I felt there were fascinating possibilities the practitioner comes across, but these implications were being overlooked. There is a view that 'new media' will simply(More)
The workshop will explore in depth the nature of freedom and constraint in the creative process in digital fine art from the perspective of embodied mind. The problem is crucial to our understanding of the creative process in fine art. The aims and objectives of the workshop are to bring into visibility critical insights into the creative process, thereby(More)
2005 iii PREFACE This volume of the annual hydrologic data report of Wisconsin is one of a series of annual reports that document hydrologic data gathered from the U.S. Geological Survey's surface-and groundwater data-collection networks in each State, Puerto Rico, and the Trust Territories. These records of streamflow, groundwater levels, and water quality(More)