Keith Wigdor (b. 1965) is the March 2002 Artist of the Month. Keith is a abstract surrealist digital artist.
His heart will always be with the Surrealists, yet he also has a passion for the new digital media. His works transcend
space and time. He wants them to stand the test of time and be studied in the future.
He asks other artists and the world to embrace a collective project which he calls Visual Transitionist Flux.
It is a method to embrace technology that is meant to serve humanity and not control it. The Internet is still in its
infancy and we have yet to see what it has to offer when it comes to Digital Art.
The following artists have registered. To view the
work of any artist go to
and enter any part of the artists name. To see the 50 most
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- Ming Wei. Wash-landscapes from China.
- Darin Leprevitsky. Pastel landscapes.
- Petre Buzoianu. Photography from the founder of EXCES magazine.
- Miguel Cortez. Abstract oils.
- Ben Marxhausen. Three dimensional design.
- St-Pierre Denis. Thematic sculpture.
- Josefina Vivancos. Oils from Spain.
- Jimmy Owenns. Abstract photography from France.
- Kane Cunningham. Pixelism from the U.K.
- Franz Graw. Surrealistic oils from Germany.
- Timothy Herron. Oils and pastels from the Cleveland area.
- Jim Rowe. Outsider folk art from Canada.
- Sheri Mora. Visionary art from New Orleans.
- Sue Fletcher. Acrylics on canvas.
- Bob Cooper. Spiritual digital art.
- Kaloust Guedel. Abstract oils.
- Cheryl McCardle. Landscapes and nature from Carolina.
- Joseph Edwards. Inkpen drawings.
- J.K. Wilson. Abstract realism from Canada.
- Tyler Hannigan. Realistic photography.
- Charlotte Jones. Symbolic digital art from England.
- Manuel Azquez(V). Digital art from Spain.
- Mel Manson. Wildlife photography from Australia.
- Philip Campbell. Realistic oils.
- Joerg Mueller. Digital art from Switzerland.
- William Bonilla. Digital Photography with Adobe photoshop 6.
- Bob Scheelings. Equine Sculptures.
- Giti Norouzian. Modern art from Switzerland.
- Warren Furman. Digital abstracts and geometric shapes.
- Tantra Bensko. Visionary digital art from Washingtion.
- Ansgard Thomson. Digital abstract art from Canada.
- Sarah Allen. Realistic acrylics from the U.K.
- George Burris Johnson. Realistic acrylics.
- Jean-luc Bohin. Mixed media collage from France.
- James R. Wilson. Abstracts from Oregon.
- Daniel Foulkes. Spiritual ligt and color and CAD technology.
- Paul Politis. Still life photography from Canada.
- Eric Robert Parnes. Plexiglass sculpture.
- Tara Brady. Mixed media abstracts.
- Barbara Thibodeaux. Visionary acrylics.
- Ronald Warunek. Abstract landscapes.
- Andrew Cieciala. Abstract digtial art from the U.K.
- Anja Sofie Schulzke. Realistic landscapes from Germany.
- Sandra Guimar„es. Surrealistic cyber art from Portugal.
- Joyce Gale. Expressionistic still life from the U.K.
- David Barnes. Youth photography from the U.K.
- Maximiliano Samoa. Electronic art from Spain.
- John R. Matthews. Eclectic digital manipulation.
- Lois Heeney Bajor. Electric Impressionism.
- Karen Bates. Whimsical portraits.
- Peter William Holden. Mechanical sculpture.
- Ginger Nelson. Disturbing art.
- Thom Millsap. Contemporary impressionism.
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