AMSTERDAM and DEN HAAG, Netherlands, March 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, artist community FringeFX has announced the launch of its art showcase. The FringeFX art showcase is a modern and categorized art gallery where artists such as digital art creators and photographers can post their items to expose their work to other artists.
This does not only generate additional exposure, but also enables artists to receive feedback from other artists and professionals.
FringeFX has also announced the launch of its digital painting Workshop, founded and managed by Rebecca Weaver, a professional artist, who joined FringeFX back in January 2009 using the nickname MissNinja.
The goal of the Digital Painting Workshop is to bring together digital painters of ALL skill levels, from those who are picking up a tablet pen for the first time to those who have been at it for a while.
Artists interested in joining Rebecca Weaver's Digital Painting Workshop are invited to submit an application to join her workshop group.
FringeFX was recently acquired by Nelly De Mol, a web developer and community leader with the mission of providing a friendly and professional artist community to artists and also photographers.
While Nelly is not an artist herself, she has a track of records dating back to 1996. Nelly De Mol has managed and developed communities which host just a handful of members up to communities with millions of users.
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FringeFX was originally launched back in 2008 and known as The Fringe Network. FringeFX focuses on bringing together artists and photographers from around the world at one place where they can share and discuss their latest work, while being able to receive feedback from within the artist community.
SOURCE FringeFX Artist Community