Craig Robertson is the April 2003 Artist of the Month.
Craig is a visual artist from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
He creates contemporary portraits and drawings of nudes and other subjects ranging from realistic to the expressionistic.
His art is a biographical exploration of his life and thought.
His palette contains the somber earth tones of the classical world as well as the bright super chromatic of the pop and
His work has both an adult sensibility and a childlike curiosity and playfulness.
He considers himself to be a figurative artist.
People and relationships are his favorite subject matter.
His work encompasses the psychological relationships of coexistence, between differing people, people and objects and objects
and other objects.
The following artists have registered this month. To view the work of any artist go to
http://digitalconsciousness.com/database.phtml and enter any part of the artist's name.
To see the most recent artists go to http://digitalconsciousness.com/limit.phtml
News from the Artists
- Erik Bonnet. Surrealistic pop artist from France.
- Caimi Maurizio. Spiritual digital art from Italy.
- Michael Dunkley. Music videos for peace.
- Gregory Stewart. Cubistic Abstraction from Los Angeles.
- Biser Panayotov. Symbolic light and color from Bulgaria.
- Juan San Juan. Web and video production from Mexico.
- Vasil Vasilev. Fantastic realism from Bulgaria.
- Milan Frčko. Visions of space from Hrvatska Croatia.
- Jose Barbosa. Impressionistic abstracts from Portual.
- Anatoly Pronin. Fine Art and Stock photography.
- Pat Walker-Fields. Selected Mississippi's Favorite Artist.
- Sajad Hussain Hamdani. Evolving Sculpture from India.
- Sahar Jajeh. Artist from Syria.
- Liza Phoenix. Psychedelic mystical art from Seattle.
- Girot René. Landscapes from the south of France.
- Hratch Israelian. Spiritual watercolors.
- Deborah Andreucci Budney. Fantasy animals.
- LeRoy DeJolie. Nature and Native American people.
- Tommy Mintz. Cityscape photography.
- Apostolos. Symbolic worldscapes from Greece.
- Mieke Geenen. Photographs with water in the foreground.
- Naomi Sennett. Impressionistic landscapes.
- Jerry Kenneth Schwehm. Expressionistic painting from New Orleans.
- Marie-Laure Souq. Landscapes and nature from France.
- YOVOP Your Own Very Old Portrait. Portraits with humor.
- Nicolas Meline. Realistic watercolors from France.
- Heather J. Tait. Inspirational work with Sharpie Markers.
- Rob Ijbema. Paintings of race cars.
- Chris Morgan. Portraits of young men from the U.K.
- Justin Wagner. Photo-journalist. Personalities and event capture.
- John F. Hernandez. Abstract digital art.
- Hendrik Arie Baartman. Mathematical shapes.
- Ayap'run Jack Abraham. Expressionistic portraits from Alaska.
- Audra Clune. Abstract emotions.
- Luc Langlois. Surreal Abstraction from Canada.
Cecil Herring has a show of floral paintings in oil, acrylic
and watercolors through May 1 in the lobby of the Wachovia Orlando
Tower Financial Center in Orlando Florida. He has many new works
painted from my orchids and lilies grown in the backyard at his studio.
Pat Walker-Fields has been accepted in 'Oil Painters of America.'
Dieter Grossmann has a new digital gallery: http://www.proprio-motu.de/
Artist publishing on Digital Consciousness.
Registered Artists may create an Artist Page free of charge.
They can then use the edit link at the bottom of their Artist Page to edit their Artist Page or to upgrade
to Gallery Service.
Artists with Gallery Service can create and edit twenty multi-image galleries from a friendly control panel.
These galleries are among the most prominent pages on Digital Consciousness.
Collectors may purchase and artists may sell artwork from the 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 gallery.
Gallery Service fees are waived for winners for one year.
To nominate an artist use the form at http://digitalconsciousness.com/digitalcolor/nomform.phtml