Digital Consciousness News.

Issue 44. June 2003
Véro Rigole
Véro Rigole is the June 2003 Artist of the Month.
Véro (b. 1964) is from Belgium. Véro contemporary art paintings and installations have been in dozens of shows and have won many awards, just in the last two years:
  • Hallen Brugge (2001)
  • CSC collect. tentoonstelling Raadzaal Oud Gemeentehuis Gent (St Amandsb) (2001)
  • Pius X Zele (2001)
  • Kasteel Van Wippelgem: Ten Bosch Evergem (2001)
  • DARM: project: De onvrijwillige poëet collect. Gent (2001)
  • Het Geuzenhuis Collect. Gent (2001)
  • Walhavenproject Kunsttentoonstelling/Wedstrijd/Veiling Lakenhalle Gent (2001)
  • Nominatie Mijn huis, mijn architect Heusden (2002)
  • Dag v.d. kunstuitleen Hasselt, Dilbeek, Turnhout (2002)

Véro style is symbolic and abstract reflected in portraits done not in the classic way, but as metaphor.

New Artists
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
  1. Tomas Nygren. Cityscapes from Sweden.
  2. Mark Ensslin. Spiritual Photography.
  3. Consuelo Moros. Watercolors from Venezuela.
  4. Micheline Scammell. Expressionistic abstracts.
  5. Michael D. Colanero. Ad design and illustration.
  6. Todd Rinker. Furniture and dolls.
  7. Roberto Robles. Surrealistic characters.
  8. Jigna Shah. Visionary abstracts from India.
  9. Randy Jones. Advertising art.
  10. Vivian Karayiannis. Stong lines in expressionistic oil.
  11. Erol Erkmen. Light and color from a Color Separation Engineer.
  12. Barry Gray. Computer enchanced photograpy of wildlife.
  13. Steve Davis. Colorful acrylics from Germany.
  14. Vladimir Bourrec. Light and color oil abstracts from Norway.
  15. Hugh Kerr. Sharp surrealistic abstract acrylics from the UK.
  16. Daniel Tarr. Spiritual fractals from Hungary.
  17. Robert Zawadzkas. Numanism on display in New York City.
  18. Maria Breiner. Photography of European cities.
  19. Generys. Magical realism from the Netherlands.
  20. Fern Whitaker. Portraits of historical reenactors in regalia.
  21. Alberto-Augusto Miranda. Cool computer art from Portugal.
  22. Branislav Vrbaski. Meaningful cityscapes from Canada.
  23. Heinrich Wagner. Surrrealistic oils from Austria.
  24. Cliff Finity. Surrealistic oils.
  25. Benjamin Vasserman. Geometric shapes from Estonia.
  26. Pono McNamara. Spiritual and visionary watercolors.
  27. Zariah D. Kauffman. Mythical histories of Hawaiian culture.
  28. Bod Filip. Paintings of dreams from France.
  29. Vladimir Urbanek. Realist oils from the Czech Republic.
  30. Naima Neidre. Printmaking from Estonia.
  31. Anna Chromy. Symbolic sculpture from Luxemburg.
  32. David Baker. Colourful and vibrant art from the UK.
  33. Anthony Carmine Sullo. Realistic figures and nudes.
  34. Patricia Wagner. Impressionistic landscapes.
  35. Donglin Kim. Complex media from Korea.
  36. Larry Boswell. Realistic cityscapes.
  37. Magnoliaz Wahls. Realistic watercolors from nature.
  38. Michael Wilkin. Equine artist from Australia.
  39. Brian Morrison. Visionary portraits and characters.


News from R.W. Firestone
R.W. Firestone returns to Venice in June with new works and an exhibition that will intrigue audiences with his innovative digitally influenced art. Adventure Of Images 2003 will open at the Museo di Sant’Apollonia in Venice on June 12 as the art world gathers for the 50th Venice Biennale. http://www.theartofrwfirestone.com/html/Venice2003PR.html

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 user-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
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