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RE: Iris as Computer Art

Dear Norma,  thanks so much for the screen saver address!  I would be very interested in going to the archives.  Please, send more information.  Sharlyn

From: 	norma hensen[SMTP:norma@redrock.net]
Sent: 	Wednesday, October 23, 1996 1:52 AM
To: 	Multiple recipients of list
Subject: 	Re: Iris as Computer Art

>Good Afternoon Iris Fans,
>          I am currently studying computer graphics and am interested in =
>iris art on the computer.   We searched the net and found several things =
>under iris art.  We found a company called Iris Art in Silicon Valley , =
>but they did not seem to do irises at least not on their information =
>pages.  Then we looked in on a lady who is named Dorthy Iris.  She =
>doesn't do any iris either.  Does anyone know of any computer art on the =
>web that specifically deals with irises?   68 degrees  in San Diego, Ca.
>          				Sharlyn=20
>Hi Sharlyn,
        I think you maybe interested in "Art Images=Screen Savers"  
http://www.delve.com/artful/artful.htm.  They are photos but beautiful and
you may get some ideas for adapting iris photos into computer art.  Although
I am an illustrator I have not done anything withthe computer.  Another
thing tht might be of interest to you are the recent letters on this list
about items for the home with iris on them  You should be able to find these
in the archives.  If you don't have acess to the archives let me know and
I'll get them for you.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

St. George, Utah



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