The improved galleries are easier to view and to construct. Viewers
may now navigate directly to any of the work of an artist in any
Digital Consciousness gallery. When constructing a gallery, one may
now upload information about each image such as the date, place and
method of creation of the original, its past and present location,
dimensions, or price. Additionally, thumbnails have been added to
the gallery index. http://digitalconsciousness.com/gallerylist.phtml
Joe Host is the June 2002 Artist of the Month.
Self taught for the most part, Joe enjoys doing pencil pieces,
watercolor, acrylics and chalk and charcoal abstracts. His style
varies; most common is a realistic impressionism.
Joe emulates artists or just makes it up as he goes depending on
what catches his eye, or his attention. Just a line - maybe a
shape can sometimes expresses what sees. Many of his works are
landscapes or people - mostly faces or torsos.
Robert W. Firestone.
‘The Adventure of Images’ by R.W. Firestone kicks off with
an opening reception on June 15, and continuing for 30 days at
the Museum of Sacred Art at S. Apollonia. It presents several
cycles of works he completed in the last three years. The
exhibition is curated by Enzo di Martino. The museum is located
just a few steps from San Marco Square in Venice, Italy.
The following artists have registered. To view the
work of any artist go to
and enter any part of the artist's name. To see the most
recent artists go to
- Fabio Sassi. Homemade rubber stamps.
- Mike Ambler. Pixelism from the U.K.
- Guido Modiano. Abstracts from Italy.
- James H. Hart. Photography from Canada.
- John Parker. Indians animals and wildlife.
- Anthony Coffey. Pop art.
- Michael Sturdy. Realistic cityscapes.
- Brian Exton. Fractals from the U.K.
- John Clive. Abstracts and visual effect designs.
- Clay Babcock. Realistic Still Lifes and Sculpture.
- Rebecca Needs. Portraits and characters.
- Harry O'Connor. Abstract and fantasy landscapes.
- Wade Edmunds. Expressionistic computer art.
- Ana Lonchar. Abstract geometric shapes from Croatia.
- Jennifer Stone. Visionary light and color.
- Holly Cornwell. Subliminal seductions.
- Charles Carson. Birds from Canada.
- Cynthia Mosser. Abstract biomorphic shapes.
- Dorota Maliszewska. Architecture from Spain.
- John Pangia. Realistic digital art.
- Katherine Bell. Stained glass.
- Chris Swenson. Surrealistic digital art.
- Clifford Powell. Visionary computer art.
- Thomas Ricci. Abstract photography. Fractals.
- Alex Freitas. Digital art from Brazil.
- Gregory Schick. Fantasy digital art from Israel.
- Miháy Bodó. Expressionistic oils from Spain.
- Mohamed Osman. Deep conceptual, meaningful, art medicine.
- Osvaldo Contenti. Computer Artist from Rome.
- James Bajor. Jazz pianist.
- Irving Pector. Cartoons.
- Valeri Rose. Political realism.
- Patricia Casanova. Oils from Argentina.
- Ramesh K. Abstract landscapes from India.
- Lou Patrou. Watercolor and pencil drawings.
- Christian Mazzuca. Expressionistic characters.
- Rian Krull. Digital geometric shapes.
- Albert Wilking. Picasso on holiday with a dash of Miro.
- Ian Ongsansoy. Mythical creatures.
- Pierlugi Ferrari. Oil figures from Italy.
- Francisco José Cerdá Ortiz. Visionary landscapes.
- Wela Wela. Abstract interiors.
- Phil Artez. Photography from Belgium.
- Stefano Maria Baratti. Emotional landscapes.
- Janna Stern. Conceptual collage.
Artist publishing on Digital Consciousness.
Registered Artists may publish an Artist Page free of
charge. They can then use the Edit link at the bottom of
their Artist Page to upload a new image or to update their
page or database entry. The Edit link opens a user friendly
control panel for artists with gallery service. Gallery service
http://digitalconsciousness.com/dgalleries/ includes hosting of
up to twenty text and multi-image galleries, a dynamic gallery
index page and the control panel. Collectors may purchase and
artists may sell artwork from their galleries free of commission.
The Digital Color Art Awards.
Digital Color http://digitalconsciousness.com/digitalcolor
accepts nominations for art awards. The winner's biography
and links to the winner's artwork are placed in the permanent
galleries. The Gallery Service fee is waived for
winners for one year. To nominate an artist use the form at