Embrize is the February 2004 Artist of the Month.
Embrize is a French graphic artist who draws big portraits of movie stars.
Adelle Jean, Scott Kimball and Dan Civa have added galleries.
Adelle displays Judaic folk art; Dan part animal, part human creatures and Scott collages.
New Contemporary Artists
In addition to Adelle and Scott, the following artists registered this month.
To view the work of any contemporary 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
- Dragan Katanic. Impressionistic oils from Serbia.
- Anthony Petchkis. Boston based landscape artist.
- Abdul Waheed. Photorealistic oils from Pakistan.
- Le Chan. Landscapes from Vietnam.
- Rajat Baran Chakravartty. Illustrations from India.
- Dana Ellyn Kaufman. Artwork focused on current events.
- BasslineMassive. Performance art.
- Schatz Zoli. Depictions of the human body from Hungary.
- Mani Deli. Surrealistic classical subjects from Canada.
- Mohammed Ali. Arabic calligraphy and letterforms.
- Susana D'Momo. Realistic still life from Argentina.
- Kathi Shotwell. Photographing the absence of light.
- Marino Enzo. Symbolic interiors from Italy.
- Margit Hideg. Abstracts with a musical theme.
- Marijo Swick. Mixed media including snakeskin.
- Mike Hemsley. Still life photography.
- Ger Groeneveld. Realistic oils from the Netherlands.
- Anna Kutishcheva. Free-lance illustrator. Operates Mahnart Studio.
- Peter Mancus. Visionary oils from Canada.
- Leonid Golender. Abstract oils and pastels from Israel.
- Tom Zsolt. Documentary photography from Canada.
- Irma Wiley. Abstract geometric digital shapes.
- Neal Barbosa. Spontaneous abstracts done to live music.
- Peter Alexander. Digital photography and background images.
- Johanan De Lorenzo. Expressionistic artwork shown in San Diego.
- Michael Bowdidge. Digitally manipulated photography.
- Diego Guzman. Symbolic Fashion.
- Janet Pierre. Acrylic still life from Canada.
- Tao Fu. Impressionism from China.
- Alba Simoes. Surrealistic shapes from Portugal.
- S. Monique Craig. Pen and Ink Sci-Fi illustrations.
- Deborah Ann Duffy. Realistic watercolor and charcoal.
- Rae Ann McCurry. Digital art from pastoral to psychedelic.
- Deon du Toit. Sculpture from South Africa.
- Davorka Strugar. Spiritual oil land and seascapes.
- Helene Bied. Symbolic oils from Santa Cruz.
- Vibha Ghai. Realistic watercolors and acrylics from India.
- Klaus Lange. Maritime photography.
- Stoyan Bekarelli. New modern European Art.
- Robert Vanater. Photography and digital art.
- Sotirios Panailidis. Byzantine style icons and frescos.
- George Drivakos. Cartoon drawings.
- Marcel Brekelmans. Abstract pen drawings from the Netherlands.
- James Taggart. Fractal based landscapes.
- Antoon Verbeeck. Minimalism from Belgium.
- Randall Whited. Impressionist and post-impressionist landscapes.
- Shylow Pryor. Computer and digital art.
News from the Artists
Heather Tait and the Silence Speaks International Artist Association now
provide business resources for artists and writers. http://www.silencespeaks.net
The Arts Center of the Ozarks has scheduled a solo exhibition for Kelly Moore
in the McCuistion-Matthews gallery.
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 on-line portfolios
of up to 200 images from a control panel. These galleries contain no
ads and are among the most prominent pages on Digital Consciousness.
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.