What wasn’t on the art trail

There are things you can take and things you can’t, and it depends on the location and the nature of the event. An art trail is not an exhibition, it is essentially a market, and so what goes on display has to suit the kinds of people who might be coming and hopefully be in the mood to buy. Artivive enabled means that this image, when viewed through the Artivive app, will call up the associated video. The contract between me and a buyer is that it will remain enabled for at least two years from purchase and/or until there … Continue reading What wasn’t on the art trail

On a mission!

Not sure if I’ll succeed but I’m aiming to have everything I show at the forthcoming Steyning Arts art trail fully Artivive-enabled. That means making videos for each of the pieces of work – pertinent ones that add something to the original – setting the videos up alongside their target image on the Artivive bridge, then making sure they scan via the app. After that, I can make cards or posters – table mats if I fancy it – and the app will bring up the video. Well, as long as there aren’t blobs of tomato ketchup in the way! … Continue reading On a mission!