Dada and Surrealism
The Artwork Consigned to Oblivion Prodject"s
Newest Edition: "The Spirit World"
Digital Painting and Collage
Prints to 18" x 12" at 300 dbi
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When I started at Atlanta College of Art in 1990, I remember going into the new computer art lab and think this is so unappealing. I had absolutely no interest in computer-generated art. Here in 2018, however, I have totally embraced it, although it was on complete accident.
What I love most about this series is it allows me to be more playful and to dive right into my favorite art influences. When I was first exposed to the modern art movements, dada and surrealism, I knew right then I wanted to be an artist. (For more info on the project, follow the link above). In this work, I use a photograph I took from the Maine coast, manipulating and blending with photos I took of textured surfaces, then I then use my stylus to draw and paint the rest. This work brings all these components together and make this rich and bizarre composition. I realy enjoyed making this piece.
FYI, I am selling a limited edition giclee print, signed and numbered during the month of existence. The link above has all the details.
Also, say goodbye to "Boats".
Only one giclee print in existance.