Digital Consciousness News.

Issue 56. June 2004
Ayanna Nicole Floyd Ayanna's earliest memories are of family members rendering enchanting expressions in pen and ink, pastels, watercolors and oils. This early exposure fueled by a natural artistic ability enabled Ayanna to begin creating art at a young age. She is also classically trained with a fine arts degree from the Pennsylvania State University.

Her landscapes, adaptations of Chinese water painting, are created with washes of color. The process incorporates countless layers of water that she infuses with acrylic hues. The result is a beautiful balance between calculated brushstrokes and random dripping combined into magnificent compositions.

New or edited Galleries
Gilbert Abric, Renee Nemerov, Devi DeLavie, Holly Cromwell, Anthony Martin, Lia Tejera, Tory Baggiano, Deborah Ann Duffy and Adelle Jean have new work in their galleries. http://digitalconsciousness.com/gallerylist.phtml

Renowned Artists
Sandro Botticelli (1444-1510), Edgar Degas (1834-1917), Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997), Tracey Emin (1963-), and Janine Antoni (1964-) have been added to the Renowned Artists Galleries. http://digitalconsciousness.com/renowned/ The renowned artists have also been organized by century. http://digitalconsciousness.com/renowned/bycentury.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. John van Niekerk. Watercolor and landscapes from South Africa.
  2. QiYuan Cai. Realistic oils from China.
  3. Laura Baird. Interdisciplinary art. Widely exhibited in Canada.
  4. Michail Victorov. Stage design and oils from Russia.
  5. A. C. Martin. Dignified oil abstracts.
  6. Jesper Jacobsson. Aquarelle drawing from Sweden.
  7. Jade Nguyen. Mystical landscapes from Switzerland.
  8. Alexander Rokoff. Realistic oils, New Mexico style murals.
  9. Sk Hanny. Circle inks from Indonesia.
  10. N.Rina Gholson. Digital art.
  11. J.Edwards Gemind. Abstracts.
  12. Michelle Flanagan. Large scale drawings.
  13. Oscar Burd. Mystical fractals from Brazil.
  14. Alexander Sutulov. Neo-realism from Chile.
  15. Steve Cook. New England landscapes.
  16. Ian Campbell. Abstract digital art.
  17. Princess Tan. Batik mermaids.
  18. Paul Wightman. Portraits of influential people.
  19. Patricia Laffrenere. Kitsch, folk, pop art from Canada.
  20. Nahid Navab. Expressionistic and mystical portraits.
  21. Leila Akhmet-Othman. Tapestry from Kazakhstan.
  22. Rachelle Sylvain. Mosaic from Canada.
  23. Dennis Nona. Indigenous art from Australia.
  24. Tom Brown. Metal sculpture.
  25. Hettie Goverts. Drawings from France.
  26. Robert Ki. Expressionistic acrylics from Germany.
  27. Renee Nemerov. Impressionistic landscapes.
  28. Sarbeswar Moharana. Rajasthani tribal art from India.
  29. Temo Edjibadze. Expressionistic portraits.
  30. Shawna Smart. Fantasy landscapes.
  31. Sinisa Nedelkoski. Geometric shapes.
  32. Claudiu Victor Gheorhiu. Spiritual watercolors from Italy.
  33. Donna Dailey. Symbolic photography.
  34. Maria Stella Lattanzio. Light and color abstracts from Colombia.
  35. Tor Erik Gorud. Ink drawings from Norway.
  36. Roger Poole. Political animals.
  37. Sean Durham. Impressionism from Germany.
  38. Andriy Ivanov. Mystical photography.
  39. Typewriter Tim Jordan. The typewriter as an instrument.
  40. Samindranath Majumdar. Abstract watercolor landscapes from India.
  41. Augusto Carrillo. Impressionist characters from Argentina.
  42. Gemma Orte Ruiz. Watercolor still life from Spain.
  43. Helen Lisher. Spiritual digital art from the U.K.

News from the Artists
Sara Shamma has been shortlisted for the venerable BP Portrait Award for a self-portrait. The exhibition opens June 17 at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Cecil Herring has a bronze sculpture, "Maid, 2003," on exhibition at the EPCOT Annual Flower Show in the sculpture garden. This show runs April 16 - June 6, 2004. She is also showing several new large abstract paintings and landscapes at the Orlando Marriott Downtown Art Gallery from May 3 - July 30, 2004.
Steve Danzig, and the International Digital Artists Association have secured funding to publish a book to include essays, articles and approximately 500 images - with subsequent annual periodicals thereafter. He expects early 2005 for the first release.
Erik Pevernagie had a small painting, "Just for a moment" auctioned at William Doyle, New York.
The 2nd art festival Chania, Greece 2004 will start on June 24 and will be on until July 9 2004. http://www.omma.gr/festivalapplyseeprevious.htm

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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