Gilbert Abric is the March 2003 Artist of the Month.
Gilbert (b. 1949) is a self-taught french watercolorist.
He paints in realistic style depicting the effects of light in interior settings.
Looking at his watercolors creates a vibration.
He has received numerous awards including:
"Silver Medal" at the French "Académie des Arts Sciences & Lettres";
Watercolours Award at French exhibition "Art & Lumières"; and
"Prix des Présidents" at "Salon d'Hiver" in Lyon (France).
The following artists have registered this month. To view the work of any artist go to
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To see the most recent artists go to http://digitalconsciousness.com/limit.phtml
News from the Artists
- Ojars Lasmanis. Impressionistic landscapes.
- Benjamin Dunstan. Charcoal pastels.
- Véro Rigole. Contemporary paintings and installations.
- Zareh Meguerditchian. Abstract oils.
- Gerda Maria Blender. Sensual abstract and cubist oil paintings.
- Gerald Trudel. Animals and wildlife.
- Gregory Wohlwend. Visionary works of light and color.
- Nicole Emma. Modern watercolors.
- Alan Waters. Abstract sculpture from the U.K.
- Shammi Nanda. Filmmaker from India.
- Peter Lewis. Paper collage from New Zealand.
- Ximo Bruno Ramírez. Abstraacts from Spain.
- Robert & Therese Hoke & Nolan. Deco glass lamps.
- Karl-Ludwig Leiter. Elaborate surrealism.
- Cedric Garcia. Realistic pencil art.
- Carlos DePiedra. Pyramids, people, tribal mythology.
- Alberto Rios Jr. Biblical scenes.
- Diana Nichols. Symbolic lights and colors.
- Daniel Bonato. Products of a chaos factory.
- Richard Ozanne. Classic landscapes and nature.
- David Works. Feedback loops from a digital plate.
- C T. Haptic Diaries -- the act of drawing.
- Tatiana Barbanov. Expressionistic landscapes from Israel.
- Tori Siegel. Pop Art with a Splash of Cubism.
- Bill Wilburn. Heavily influenced by Salvador Dali.
- Tatsuya Sato. Travel black and white photography.
- Carolyn Schiffhouer. Fractals.
- Kevin Wilson. Photography of dreams.
- Brut. Geometric shapes.
- Jeroen Quirijns. Modernism. Cityscapes.
- Dj Ardent. Art from Bosnia.
- Jeffrey Harris. Character drawing.
- Livio Baldissera. Painting and Sculpture from Italy.
- Dmitry Rakov. imp-art. Geometric shapes from Moscow.
- Mark Hopper. Realisitc oil portraits from Cornwall England.
- William Gordon. Airbrush artist.
- Robiin Fay. Spirals.
- Kris Killman. Representational watercolor landscapes.
- David Peer. Mirror art.
- Manfred Von Steiner. Realistic landscapes from Australia.
- John Baselmans. Graphic design from the Netherlands Antilles.
- Dieter Picchio-Specht. Fractals from Switzerland.
Kelly Moore is part of a group show at the Eclekticos Art Gallery--Washington DC thru March 12th.
Juergen Schreiter has new work, pictures and a quick-time movie on http://www.PixelGallery.de
Artist publishing on Digital Consciousness.
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