Coastal Cliffs At Sunset is my newest work of digital art – which I completed on the Fourth of July. Stylistically I’m not sure how I would categorize this art.
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Computational Synthesis is a work of digital art I completed a few days ago that combines elements of algorithmic art and generative art with continual input from the artist. At the time I created this work I had no idea what to title the piece.
Saturday May 14 I will be speaking at an Astronomy Day event being held at Harper College in Palatine IL. The event is sponsored by Northwest Suburban Astronomers and the Harper College Department of Physical Sciences. This astronomy day event will consist of displays, presentations, hands-on activities for kids, and, weather permitting, telescopic observations of the night sky.
In my previous blog post, Fresh Brewed Coffee Digital Art, I made mention of the fact that I create my digital art using software of my own design and that for those digital artists interested in pursuing this aspect of digital art creation, there were some alternative tools available.
Fresh Brewed Coffee is a digital painting I completed a few days ago. It is a work of macro art in that is represents an close-up view of the bubbles on the surface of a freshly brewed cup of coffee.
The National Space Society has announced the winners of its 2016 NSS Space Settlement Student Art Contest. As one of the contest’s art judges, it was once again an interesting experience.