ENTERTAINMENT ART IS HERE!
For your Home, Office, Hotel & Resort, and all service related industries.
Cory Skyler Drouillard has a vision of his art form. He then goes in search of the inanimate object or life form in the outdoors or sometimes inside structures to complete what his mind has portrayed in the vision. He may travel hundreds of miles over a period of several weeks to complete his Modern VideoArt. The American press has described Drouillard’s method of art as “NOT JUST POP UP VIDEO.” Drouillard is utilizing the computer to simply bring his original content together creating beautiful Modern VideoArt. The art aficionado Tom Zotos believes that Drouillard is giving meaning and purpose to video art. Charles Adams the noted photographer for Muhammad Ali for seven years after the ring has said, “Cory Skyler Drouillard’s movement in modern art has developed exciting conversation in my home and studio. I have always collected still art and prided myself on my original still art; with that said I have never experienced the conversation about modern art until now. Cory has introduced the world’s modern art loving population to a long-awaited entertainment art with his Modern VideoArt."
WHAT DOES THE ART AFICIONADO TOM ZOTOS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE MODERN VIDEOART OF CORY SKYLER DROUILLARD?
The name Tom Zotos is legendary in the Hollywood film industry. It was Zotos who designed "Speechless" the memorial tribute to Mel Blanc the voice of the Looney Tune characters. Speechless became the highest grossing lithograph in the history of animation art earning over twenty million dollars for Warner Bros. Zotos is the only artist to ever change the image of Walt Disney's beloved Mickey Mouse designing Mickey da Vinci in a tribute to Leonardo da Vinci and Walt Disney. When the Smithsonian Institute called on George Lucas for a collection of his star wars characters Lucas called on Tom Zotos to design the collection. Everyone from Stan Lee of Marvel Comics to Bob Kane of Batman fame have held a deep and lasting reverence for the name Tom Zotos. In January 2020, Tom Zotos will officially unveil the Modern VideoArt form of Cory Skyler Drouillard in Chicago, Illinois. Tom Zotos believes if Pablo Picasso had lived into the digital age he would have advanced his modern form of art to movement as Cory Skyler Drouillard is doing today.
A PRESENTATION FOR PURCHASE AND PLACEMENT
HOMES, HOTELS, RESORTS, AND OFFICE BUILDINGS
Cory Skyler Drouillard makes a presentation of his Modern VideoArt before a group of interior designers. Drouillard believes that Modern VideoArt can find a place alongside Modern Still Art in the home, hotel, resort office, and all service-related industries around the world.
COLLECTING ORIGINAL CONTENT
FOR MODERN VIDEOART
Cory Skyler Drouillard's task of collecting original content may takes months in the outdoors and inside structures. The task of gathering content has left Drouillard injured from a fall attempting to climb a mountain to film inside a cave. While filming the underbelly of the Golden Gate Bridge he slipped from the bow of a boat and lost his camera to the deep. In Death Valley, California while capturing a rock formation a deadly Scorpion was inches away from sinking a venomous stinger into his neck. When in search of original content for an art form Drouillard loses all sense of impending danger.