My Abstract Art

My abstract art is created mainly on computer starting with simple tools such as MS Paint and then adding more advanced PhotoImpact 11 features.

Some pieces start as paper drawings or rarely photos, and then the scanned images are manipulated with software. There are no human images in the original starting pieces and any incidental likenesses are purely art. Essentially all of these finished art pieces exist strictly as computer files.

All work is protected by the copyright laws of the United States of America and beyond. All rights reserved by creator as entity 'Quinn Studio and Gallery', no reproduction of any kind without written permission.

Saturday, February 13, 2010


  1. interesting perspective and use of shape and color!

    by the way, how does one go about copywriting a blog? i notice that you have done that and would like to learn about it.

  2. I believe that when you publish anything on the Internet it is basically copyrighted according to the Berne Convention. At the time of publication you can also put stipulations on the web site that indicate that you are not copyrighting something and that you wish for it to be in the public domain, or make some partial grant for free distribution under certain circumstance, say for personal private use. But I am not a legal expert, just picked up things along the way and attending meetings at work about the issue.

    I know that you can pick up pieces of articles when you want to use them as a reference point, such as doing an editorial review or commentary. But you have to make sure to give proper references and it has to be a short pertinent section.

    But I find references to my blog in really strange places all over the Internet that don't seem to have any thing to do with my material or writing. In fact, they actually interfere when you perform a google search of my name or website or keywords. So I think that is rather bizarre and counter productive and fills google with "spam quality" meaninglessnessmess.