Kumiko McKee is the July 2005 Artist of the Month.
Kumiko McKee is a contemporary artist based in the US.
She has a BFA degree in painting and while she was a student, she received the Robert D. Coe Fine Arts Scholarship and was granted membership to the Golden Key National Honor Society.
Currently she is working on two series of works called KOTO and Time on the Earth.
The KOTO series contains The Tale of Genji, Noh Mask, and Gion, which are paintings based on Japanese culture.
The Time on the Earth series contains paintings that combine figures and elements of the earth.
New Artwork in the Galleries
Gilbert Abric, Gillian Sneed, Joan Myerson Shrager, Donna Sakamoto Crispin, Nicholas Caputi, Rooma Mehra, Kerry L. Marsala,
Matthew Bates, Barbara Rose Guada, Kevin Barr, Rhonda Gutierrez, and Shaun Parrin have added new work to their galleries.
News from the Artists
Alex Storer added a new gallery of a very different kind of artwork, to a website dedicated to pioneering British musician, Peter Gabriel.
Experience synaesthesia, which is best described as a "union of the senses" -
and is basically associating colours or sensations with sounds or words.
He illustrates a number of Peter Gabriel songs, which have significant colours, textures and shapes in his mindís eye,
thus creating a gallery of interesting and unusually inspired artwork.
New Contemporary Artists
The following artists registered this month. To view the work of
an artist enter the artist's name at http://DigitalConsciousness.com
To see the most recent artists go to http://DigitalConsciousness.com/new/
- Blade Butterworth. Watercolors from England.
- Elena Esina. Surreal nude and abstract themes from New Zealand.
- Matthew Calteux. Tribal tattoos.
- Jeko. Octopus and street graphics from France.
- Sara Lee. Landscape watercolors.
- J. Dade. Spiritual digital art.
- Karen Bamonte. Sculpture of fantasy objects such as hats, coats & gloves.
- Pietro Calabrese. Primitive art and fractals from Italy.
- Ivan Riis. Bulls from Spain.
- Jaromir Svozilik. Symbolic graphic works from Norway.
- Agnieszka Balut. Photography and painting from Brazil.
- David Pearce. Sploshtastic canvases from England.
- Christopher Johnson. Landscape photography.
- Tania Corsini. New surrealism from Brazil.
- Claire Moens. Jewelery from Belgium.
- Larry Mcsweeney. Surrealistic light and color.
- Luc Moreau. Figurative oils from Thailand.
- Vickie Brooks. Realistic landscapes.
- Tobias Brown. Surrealistic drawings.
- Debbie Palmer. Pop art portraits from the U.K.
- Michael Abrahams. Photography.
- Kenneth Russell. Realistic marine art from the U.K.
- Ellen de Groot. Realistic oils from the Netherlands.
- Louise Auger. Lladro-type figurines.
- Thor Johnson. Satirical art.
- Ann Hamilton. Abstract watercolors.
- Christine Dehn. Ceramic design with a computer's touch from Australia.
- Heather Berry. Flower and landscape photography from the U.K.
- Jacqueline Palmiere. Ink and pencil drawings.
2005 Digital Fine Artwork Exhibition
Agora Gallery is currently organizing a Digital Fine Art Exhibition.
Digital artists are invited to submit their slides/photos, curriculum vitae and price list for consideration.
Space is limited, therefore only a select number will be accepted for the next group exhibition in December, 2005.
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://RenownedArt.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.