|News about the Artists.
Peter Jones was in Bali when the terrorist bomb exploded. It shook the
house he was in. He went outside to investigate and saw a huge fire ball
and a big cloud of smoke. He went toward it to see what was going on and
saw by far the worst things he has ever seen in his life. He sends his
hope than none of us will ever have to experience something like that.
Elissa Dorfman is exhibiting her preadult works at
There are 80 images from the age of 4 years old to 20 years old.
Kurt Van Wagner has edited his Mood and Effects and Landscapes galleries.
Julie Rodriguez has edited her Flowers and Plants gallery.
Keith Wigdor has added several galleries.
Teresa Muñoz is the
Artist of the Month.
Teresa began by painting on wood 15 years ago and now draws and uses
oil paint on canvas. Teresa has been inspired and guided by two
renowned artists, Juan Abellán Juliá and Manuel Luca de Tena. In
Teresa's work it is possible to appreciate, on the one hand,
perfectly conceived landscapes and on the other hand, very well
Teresa's preoccupation resides in objects and their relations,
with a profusion of hot colors, often with cool ones in the
background. The artist gives form and color to feelings,
memories of family, and illusions by the way spaces are
left. Elements of Teresa's paintings intermingle and
demonstrate the passion in the artist's creative world.
The following artists have registered this
month. 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
- David O'Connor. Symbolic sculpture.
- Attilio Roma. Impressionistic landscapes and nature.
- Ali-Syed Sacha Samim. Drawings of daily life.
- Keith Marsden. Abstracts from natural scenes.
- Michael Messenheimer. Functional art. Lamps and furniture.
- Shana Kohnstamm. Spiritual figures.
- Kelly Moore. Visionary primitive oils.
- Frank Conde. Contemporary mystic art.
- Isabel Saij. Interiors.
- Michael Timothy Sawyer. Images of beauty.
- Laurence de Sainte-Maréville. Abstract still life.
- Ruthy Valdez. Colorful pastels of birds and light.
- David Harvey. Watercolor landscapes and nature.
- Pilar Bamba. Expressionistic paintings from Spain.
- Triyanto. Expressionistic light and color from Indonesia.
- Sarah Kinder. Visionary landscapes from Australia.
- Ciprian Curca. Photography from Romania.
- Dez Karpati. Photography of the commonplace.
- George Robinson. Landscape and nature photography.
- Simon Wilkinson. JUNK TV and DADA one minute films.
- Christopher Alfred Brown. Prophecy of nature destroyed.
- Amber Fauscette. Abstract drawings.
- Dale Houstman. Supra-Quipi-Istic Legubriationalism.
- John Hansen. Non-represenational digital art.
- Ap Verheggen. Food and wind sculptures in bronze.
- Vladimir Tzochev. Landscapes and nature.
- Lissa Hahn. Freelace photographer from New York.
- Sarah Larsen. Expressionistic landscapes from Australia.
- Sheri Lowe. Florals to abstracts.
- Susan Chapman. Light and Color, Dreams, with Poetry.
- Jack Wenger. Unique Custom Furniture/Art Combinations.
- Mike Thompson. Realistic seascapes.
- John Moore. People, portraits, lights and characters.
- Rita Mittleman. Simple colorful graphic designs.
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