Digital Consciousness News.

Issue 53. March 2004
Garth Allan
Garth Allan is the March 2004 Artist of the Month. Garth works predominately in watercolor with subjects which include waterways and the Scottish landscape. Many of his works have been published as greeting and Christmas cards.

His early married life was spent living on the water, on the UK canals, and his work reflects his knowledge and nostalgia from those years. Today he owns an Edwardian Steamboat which he uses as a floating studio to gather reference material for current works. He has a solo exhibition in Guildford UK every year, and also exhibits at the National Waterways Festival.

New GalleriesTory Baggiano, Adelle Jean and Julie Rodriguez Jones have added galleries. http://DigitalConsciousness.com/gallerylistnotmb.phtml

New Contemporary Artists
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 http://DigitalConsciousness.Com/limit.phtml
  1. Dirk Hooper. Fantasy, glamour and model photography.
  2. Edward Immar. Landscapes and nature.
  3. Kristin Leupold. Realistic drawings from Ireland.
  4. Lynda Elliott. Ecclectic mix of photography and digital art.
  5. Sascha Omilian. Abstract paintings from Germany.
  6. Bill Waldman. Surrealistic photography.
  7. Teoman Madra. Performance art from Turkey.
  8. Constantin Duvac. Byzantine icons from Romania.
  9. Michael Kain. Oils from Germany.
  10. Tory Baggiano. Abstract people.
  11. Kle Thune. Sculpture.
  12. Jon Rattenbury. Visionary landscapes.
  13. Minna Sora. Etchings and woodcuts from Finland.
  14. Homero Vuljevas. Florals from Uruguay
  15. Antonio Zaballos Suarez. Light and color from Spain.
  16. Joey Shebester. Surrealistic drawing.
  17. Toon Diepstraten. Mystical oils from the Netherlands.
  18. ILIA. Landscapes and nature.
  19. Vincent Thomas. Abstract light and color from Canada.
  20. Garry Cucci. Photography.
  21. Peter Cooper. Digital Art.
  22. Bill Botten. Eclectic figures from England.
  23. Aureo Antunes. Geometric shapes from Brazil.
  24. Klaudia Zentinel. Mystical still life.
  25. Ayanna Floyd. Impressionistic landscapes and nature.
  26. Uche Amadi. Symbolic works from the Ivory Coast.
  27. Iko Lucic. Fantasy drawings from Canada.
  28. Mickey Pierce. Realistic drawings.
  29. JEF- MV. Bright figurative works.
  30. Francine Schachter. Figures and their worlds.
  31. Wayne Ewing. Digital photography.
  32. Nick Socrates. Spiritual illusions.
  33. Melanie FerDon. Light and color oils from New Zealand.
  34. Ken Macklin. Abstract organic shape sculpture from Canada.
  35. Regina Calton Burchett. Spiritual watercolor and pastel landscapes.
  36. Alice Burton. Expressionistic landscapes from Canada.
  37. Barbara McGivern. Widely exhibited abtracts of light and color.
  38. Andrew Watton. Abstract people from the U.K.
  39. Paul Cooklin. Computer art held by numerous stock image agencies.
  40. Mike Moore. Cartooning and graphic novels.
  41. Vlad Tabac. Impressionistic landscapes and nature.
  42. Claudiu Presecan. Abstract landscape oils from Romania.
  43. Matt Sesow. Expressionistic oils in private collections in Washington D.C.
  44. Mandy Speers. Cityscape photography.
  45. Olivera Huibner-Stojanovic. Oils from Serbia.
  46. grimaldi eduardo c. Surrealistic photography from Italy.
  47. Friedrich Walter. Expressionistic landscapes from Transylvania.
  48. Jake Stone. Spray paint and comb etchings.

News from the Artists
Chard Chenier has created new paintings, all acrylic on canvas: "And Ne Forhtedan Na", "Phoenix" and "Being".
The life of renowned Odawa artist Daphne Odjig, is being celebrated in a play in Toronto at the Artword Theatre, February 26-March 14.

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.
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