‘Fin Folk’ is a collection of artwork, currently in progress, portraying aquatic life. This animated video is one in a series featuring the sculptures created for ‘Fin Folk’. The video was made with original photography, Photoshop, and Premiere.
“Trio” by economix
(c) 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license
A new collection of book art on old rescued books. Our form of altered book art is unique; salvaged books are redesigned with sculpted covers while remaining completely intact and all pages still readable.
Our new collection consist of over a dozen books, never shown before, and will be featured in our studio gallery for the September show, beginning September 6th, for the Fort Myers ArtWalk. It includes classics, mystery, vintage children's readers, science fiction, and more.
adaptation of "pieces of life" by cdk
Ocasiocasa Studio Gallery will be celebrating our one year anniversary July 5th, during the Fort Myers ArtWalk. We created a new collection to feature every month during ArtWalk. For July we are showcasing all twelve in a show called “Un Año” - twelve months in the house of Ocasio.
We’re looking forward to our second year, and already have a few projects in mind. One is collaborating on making a short live-action movie, which will be integrating our own stop motion animation with sculptures created just for the movie, "Little Jimmy and the Mole People." Two of the mole people are in this video with the balloons.
"café connection" by morgantj
is licensed under a Creative Commons license:
ig zibit it! (exhibit it!) is a short promo video featuring two of our artworks that were entered in two different art exhibitions this month (june 2013) in Fort Myers Fl. 'Frank and Flying Fish' is being shown at the Alliance for the Arts in the 27th Annual All Florida Arts Exhibition and 'Playgroup' is showing at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, in their 'Art of Playing' group exhibition.
Jeff & Dale Ocasio are creators of ocasiocasa artworks. Jeff sculpts with masking tape while Dale shoots the sculptures and creates illustrations and video.
the music track in the video is an adaptation of:
"Sax Planet" by DreamSynth