I am a self-taught artist of 30 years. Eventually, I evolved to painting abstracts and in the recent years, it appears to me that in order to render my true soul's vision of artistry, my computer would be the only vehicle that will render my vision.
I have replaced my easel with a pair of computer monitors which I work from a stylus that serves as my brush against the electrostatic tablet that is my canvas.
My tools are not brushes, my medium is not paint. In fact, by choice I use the computer to produce my artistry.
Color is vivid against my phosphorescent canvases on which the dance between lights and shadows moves in the tradition of abstract expression. Beyond this, any tradition in this medium has yet to be established.
I separate historical paintings into their constituent parts and then reassembles them into a new composition. Taking, perhaps, the yellow from one and the red from another, I create not a collage, but a blending, a merging of elements and color to create art, which is, well, I think quite original. But one question remains....
....Is the Art World Ready for Computer-Generated Digital Art?