Catching up

With the Twittering, the FB-ing, the finding clients, and the finding artists gig, I am sorry to say that this little blog has been suffering of late and is in desperate need of an update!

First: a huge shout out to ShinyArt artists who have just joined the team or who have posted new work in the last month. I’m talking about new funky-urban work by New York-based Greg King ; a trance-y lullaby by Ina Conradi; and kitchy erotica from Nara Denning. Watch for new work to be posted soon by Charlotte Cornaton and Greta Schoenberg, and check out our newby artists Jon Montenegro and Jordan Wright. Thanks everyone for supporting our vision!!

Second: Artweek LA ran a loverly little story on ShinyArt today with large embedded videos by Nara Denning and Ina Conradi – congrats to both artists! Am hoping for another article to come out soon in a global publication…..fingers crossed that it survives the editor’s chopping block!

Great things came out of our “debutante’s ball” at the Silicon Valley TechCocktail Mixer a couple of weeks ago. Chiefly among them is a potential new client with the capacity to use ShinyArt on over one hundred screens! Will keep you posted…..

Checks being sent to artists, angel funding on the horizon, apps in development and interested clients – we’re moving full steam ahead!


About shinyartshinyart

KKP is CEO and Founder of ShinyArt - a company designed to transform dull HD flat screens into canvases for some of the world’s most compelling moving art. She is also an art historian and adjunct professor at several schools in the Bay Area.
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