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MICRO ART Update By Artist, Phillip H George

July 24th, 2010

MICRO ART Update By Artist, Phillip H George

Greetings to All,
And I would like say Thank You to all the Staff of Fineartamerica; "for a job well done." And for the approval of my art and providing all the accessory to the World Wide Web.
And to All the Artist that helped me when all I needed was A. Kind word I would like to say A. BIG THANK YOU.
From My Truly Thankful Heart I. Wish You The Best That This Beautiful Planet Has To Offer.

I would like to write or say a little about; "Art and time."
Art is a record of time set in colors created by the Artist; showing that I the Artist was here alive on this Beautiful Planet We Call Mother Earth.
One way to prove those words are true; is to look at the Cave Paintings of our early Ancestors.
In one of those caves is a picture of a hand outlined on the surface of the cave; left their by one of our first Ancestral Artist.
The Ancestor placed their hand on the surface of the cave; then blew a red color pigment over the top of their hand.
Ones...

New Age Of Micro Art

March 23rd, 2010

New Age Of Micro Art

Greetings,
Welcome to a New Art from in MICRO ART.
My name is Phillip H George. Micro Art has been a part of my life for over 16 years. In the last two years I have push myself to get into this Micro Art.
I have a desire to make the smallest art that has ever been made by hand with the aid of a microscope. That desire is now a reality and the biggest holdback that I have now is my microscopic equipment is not able to take photos of true Micro ART that I created. The photos are not clear and only 90% of the colors come into view. The only way to fix those photos is to upgrade to 600x1200x power magnification with camera and a new computer. I ask you to please look passed the fuzzy photos and there is a new art form in my work. In time I hope to get that new equipment upgrade because I need those things to advance my Micro Art to new levels.
The rainbows in the eyes of needles are like stain-glass screens on a nano scale. The panorama in these sky scape clovers miles of...