I am a very positive person, and humor is an integral part of my worldview. Humor is a great tool for coping through hard times, and I hope everyone sees the lightness and joy in my work.
Fort Langley, British Columbia (PRWEB) December 19, 2008
EBrewerWhite.com, a website displaying the work of humorist and ceramic sculptor Elaine Brewer-White, intends to add a new online auction event service.
EBrewerWhite.com was founded in 2003 by Brewer-White. The site contains information about her work as well as a multitude of images of various sculptures. Always curious about the human figure and what makes each individual unique, Brewer-White has developed her website around the artwork that explores this fascination.
"I create one-of-a-kind portraits, so nothing on the site is mass produced. The artwork is customized, personal, and handcrafted with time and attention," said Brewer-White. "I am a very positive person, and humor is an integral part of my worldview. Humor is a great tool for coping through hard times, and I hope everyone sees the lightness and joy in my work."
Her work ranges from one-of-a-kind figurative sculptures to commissioned 3-D portraits of individuals, families, and animal companions.
"My work is about capturing the essence of each person," said Brewer-White. "Because the process is also interactive, I get incredible results and feedback. It's how I am redefining the process of making art."
Through her work and the launch of her website, Brewer-White hopes to attract an audience who may have never before shown interest in creating or owning art.
"As an artist, I'm always looking for new ways to market myself. The web is a great frontier for artists to reach people across the globe," said Brewer-White. "Instead of going into an intimidating art gallery, a person can browse websites at their leisure. Through the web, I want to create a unique experience for my clients, whether it's bidding on a sculpture that is created for auction each month or commissioning a portrait piece. I really love the interactive progression between myself and my client."
Expanding the services offered by the site, EBrewerWhite.com will create a new piece of artwork every month using suggestions collected from visitors to her blog, http://www.HumourAndArt.com. Once the piece is complete, it will be displayed on her website and put up for auction.
"Coming from a theatrical improv background, this idea really excites and terrifies me! Not knowing what the public will put out there each month will really challenge my imagination," said Brewer-White. "This is a new way to put some fun into the art-buying market. In the past, art auctions have been quite a reserved process. I want to ignite a creative jump in art attitude and acquisition."
Brewer-White plans to implement this service by January of 2009.
A visual artist for nearly thirty years, Elaine Brewer-White translated her collection of ceramic sculptures into her website EBrewerWhite.com in 2003. The site features photos of her previous work as well as pieces that are currently for sale.