Blog / 2017 / The Gwenn Seemel Photo Filter

January 15, 2017

For info about people who’ve imitated my style in more hands-on ways, go here and here. This post explains why it’s okay for us to appreciate getting credit for what we do.

My friend Amylee told me about about the Seemel filter, which you can find on Picas. And Shannon Kringen is the artist who used the Dreamscope app to transform a photo that I showed in the video.

Gwenn Seemel painted self-portrait
Gwenn Seemel
acrylic on panel
7 x 5 inches

If you’d like to see what you would look like with through the orignal Seemel filter of my eyes-heart-hand, commission me!


October 9, 2018

A second tech company is using my art in a photo filter, but this one doesn’t bother to give me credit.


January 1, 2023

This video is all about why human art will always be more interesting to us than AI-generated images.

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