A WORLDWIDE SURVEY MODERN STILL ART vs. MODERN VIDEOART

Cory Skyler Drouillard in his quest to introduce Modern VideoArt as a permanent art form is preparing a journey to 90 countries around the globe with noted Pop Artist Tom Zotos.

AN ART FORM FOR THE TIME IN WHICH WERE LIVING!

Cory Skyler Drouillard is defining the period in which we are living. That period being the digital age and the feelings of the populous around the world in his vital expression of movement. To spearhead his concept of Modern VideoArt; Drouillard will soon begin a worldwide survey entitled Modern Still Art vs. Modern VideoArt. Drouillard wants his Modern VideoArt to find a permanent place in homes, hotels, office buildings, and all service-related industries around the world.

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RESTAURANT

COLOSSUS

On a Death Valley, California adventure Cory Skyler Drouillard went on a search for content and found it in the abandoned home of the former Charles Manson Family members. Inside the abandoned old home Drouillard focused his camera lens on shattered broken glass strewn throughout the house. Drouillard gave thought to the shattered lives of the members of the Charles Manson Family. Members who once called the house their home as he was gathering content for what he calls "Colossus."

RESORT

FACE OF WATER

Cory Skyler Drouillard was aiming his camera at the beauty of Lake Tahoe when he suddenly noticed in the area where he was filming that the Lake began to change. It was as if the lake was alive and the source of all life was speaking directly to him. Drouillard sat down and for the next three hours with his camera aimed at a section of Lake Tahoe he observed the imagery as the water began to form a face. From time to time the face changed. Drouillard may be the first artist in history to attempt to put a face on water. Drouillard calls his life support to all living things "Face of Water."

HOTEL

THE WALL OF COLOR

Cory Skyler Drouillard has always admired the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright. For a period of two months Drouillard visited locations in the United States where Wright left his signature in the beautiful architecture of more than a thousand structures. Drouillard in his tribute to Wright selected an array of dramatic colors that Drouillard believes are in step with Frank Lloyd Wright and his vision for the future of architectural design. Drouillard calls his tribute to Wright "The Wall of Color."    

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