Billi Thanner (b. 1972) is the July 2003 Artist of the Month.
Billi began to paint as a child in Croatia and Italy and had her
first exhibition at age 17 before finding her new home in Vienna.
She has been influenced by the pictures of James Rizzi.
Her playful and provocative pictures bring a feeling of warmth and strength.
They energize, radiate optimism and testify to a positive attitude towards life.
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
- Donald Boudreau. Exotic wood boxes.
- Diego Beluje. Conceptual digital art.
- Jo George. Mosaics.
- Henri Caboche. Copies of Old Masters.
- Regia Marinho. Amalgam of Miró, Kandisnky and Pollock.
- Michael Thompson. Realistic bright landscapes.
- Grant Avakyan. Harmonious abstracts.
- Eric Scharf. Realistic cityscapes.
- Marilyn Wright. Visionary lights and colors.
- Chapapoman. Animals and wildlife from Spain.
- Sharon George. Mystical digital art.
- Eric Van Hove. Mixed media from Japan.
- Aleja Guevara. Abstract watercolors.
- Charlie Harvin. 3D graphic artist and illustrator.
- Alison Ashwell. Fantasy art from France.
- Sybille Sterk. Children's book illustrations.
- Amy Bouse. Botany, anatomy and quilt patterns.
- Todd C Weidner. Digital scifi artist.
- Bradford Brenner. Expressionistic portraits.
- Tanja Dankovski-Lonchar. Fantasy still life from Croatia.
- Anjusha L. European underground photographs.
- Lauren Savaiko. Emotionalism from the Chicago art scene.
- Victoria Griffin. Faeries, elves and folklore.
- Eric Armusik. Influenced by Caravaggio, Genteleschi and Tintoretto.
- Vijendra S Vij. Abstract art in Indian traditions.
- Gerhard Veitsberger. Animals and wildlife.
- Udo Busche. Surrealistic people portraits and characters.
- Jacquelyn Martino. Multi-layered image space.
- Mitchell McIntyre. Landscapes and nature from Australia.
- Tom Muller. Symbolic acrylics from Germany.
- Eddie Davis. Realistic watercolor portraits.
- Carol Rogers. Color pencil portraits.
- Tafil Musovic. Symbolic oils from the Netherlands.
- Ria M. Drawings.
- Alan Dorrington. Victorian/Edwardian watercolour painting.
- Sally Gibbs. Abstract landscapes and nature.
- John Afolayan. Tapestry from Nigeria.
- Toussanit Bruno. Realistic landscapes and cows.
- Bella Jourdes. Fun painting from France.
- Igor Mikhailov. Landscapes from Moldova.
- GC Roush II. Surrealistic subjects.
- M Nahadr. Visionary lights and colors from the Netherlands.
- Amanda Vlahakis. Funky modern trendy characters from the UK.
- Desirae's Desrires. Mystical arts.
- Trini Trull. Acrylic expressionism from Barcelona.
News about the artists.
Thumbnails of Brian Morrison's work are on the front page of
digitalconsciousness.com at random times.
Elissa Dorfman's work is in the Grant Sterling Editions open-air
gallery at the premier Aventura Mall in Florida.
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