My works are currently focused on the digital arts. Before the camera, the role of artists was to depict the real world. Art changed in the way it was used or the subjects it showed, but each time it was a ‘window into the real world. After the camera was invented and computers became really sophisticated, artists realized that it was no longer important to portray the real world, and their role could be redefined. They started to express their imagination in different ways and to show something that is not real – something abstract. Abstract art can be considered a major step in the evolution of art and it started with the invention of new technology – the camera.
Then came the computer. The computer added another dimension to art, we are now looking at the next major step in the evolution of art. With the use of the computer, artists can create something that was never possible. The way art is defined itself is changing. Represented in my galleries are several genres of fine artwork representing Contemporary, Traditional,
Conceptual and Abstract. My works are both original and or by manipulating a photo into digital painting art. My most recent is in digital Impressionism art.
Impressionism is an artistic style that seeks to capture a feeling or experience rather than to achieve accurate depiction. Impression helps make photos more expressive by 'digitally' authentically and intelligently applying digital brushstrokes to photography and turning them into impressionist art, the way a real painter would. Capturing the essence of photos without being constrained by rigid detail. Rigidly realistic photos sometimes leave less room for emotion, personal feeling, and story. Instead of just showing reality, take my viewers on a story by using
Impression to capture emotion and feeling rather than details. This can make artwork both more powerful and more personal.