Talented Trio of Traditional Artists Bring Their Works to Life as NFT
Artists and technology are changing the way we view and collect fine art
Clearwater, Florida – September 10, 2021 – In a new twist on NFTs, three well-known and highly successful mainstream artists, David Yorke, Grant Hacking and Steven Lang each released their first digital NFTs today. In collaboration with creator and digital art entrepreneur, Paul Brown, a collectible image of each artist was created and released for sale on the OpenSea NFT platform.
Paul Brown commented on the release: “We took some amazing original art on canvas and were able to add another dimension to it. Together with the artists, we created digital images that come to life through animation and sound, and delivered each of them as NFTs. To date, there hasn’t been a lot of crossbreeding between fine artists and NFTs and I think that is about to change. Brown has been involved in fine art through his family’s 39-year-old art gallery and digital art and NFTs for the past several years. “I love both traditional and digital art, but find it’s the combination of the two that gives the best of both worlds,” Brown commented.
To date, two-dimensional fine art has mainly been created on canvas and exhibited in galleries, museums and private collections. While digital art and most NFTs, on the other hand, are created and viewed via a computer and sometimes include images that are more akin to an avatar or meme than a work of art. As the NFT market continues to experience amazing growth; However, sales totaled $ 2.4 billion in the first half of 2021, with many mainstream artists seeing both the creative and financial advantages this market offers. Today, artists can not only create their original traditional art, but now have the opportunity to enhance the artwork with movement and sound. “It’s wonderful to see beautiful artist originals on canvas, but it’s a breathtaking experience when you see these amazing images come to life,” Mr. Brown added.
The fine arts world also seems ready to embrace this market. Traditional auction houses like Sotheby’s and Christie’s have successfully included more and more digital pieces in their auctions in 2021. And even a traditional art magazine like Art of the West, published for 37 years, has recently included an article on NFTs and, in particular, the work of these three fine artists. The world of fine art is changing and these three artists could lead the charge.
Please find links to the moving images of these three pieces below and contact Mr. Brown for more information on these artists and their works. Please visit the website for more information.
Company Name: Paul Brown Productions
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