Note: this post is a duplicate of the newly, long overdue revamping of my “new art” page, but you can also go directly to the page .The new version is simplified and updated (there are over 150 pieces), and there are blog posts devoted to all but a handful of my oldest pieces that predate my blog.
This page features my digital art. There are a couple series with dozens of images in each, and the rest are independent pieces. I utilize a range of approaches, techniques and several software packages, but there’s a continuity throughout my work. There are often elements of expressionism, sci-fi, psychedelia, surrealism, and a darker grappling with the human condition. To find out more about my methods and approach, see my about page.
Selfies From Alternate Universes: Series [36 Artworks]
I’ve created 36 self-portraits, collaborating with AI, in which I never appear as my actual self, but as different ages, genders, and even races. These are large-scale digital paintings. initially based on images created using FaceApp, but extensively edited, reworked, and recreated using software and traditional drawing/painting skills. Some are double portraits, some set in peculiar locations, etc…. You can see posts for all of them, with details, process and meaning here.Below is a slideshow with thumbs of the images in the series:
Imagine That: Series [55 Artworks]
This series of digital drawings and paintings were done exclusively from the imagination and without premeditation. You can see the series of 54 images, with feature posts for every one, here. Below is a thumbnail slideshow.
Various images which are not part of a sustained series
These are in reverse-chronological order.
Below are the same images as in the gallery above. Most have links to in-depth posts about them with close-ups, and background information about the process, meaning, etc.
The images below predate my blog therefor most of them don’t have associated blog-posts, unless I subsequently created one, or revised the image. If there is a blog post, I’ll note it in the caption.