T.R. Bishop (b. 1972) is the October 2005 Artist of the Month.
The two most influential groups for him have always been the Expressionists
and the Surrealists.
He finds it is very important to imbue in his artwork a feeling or sensation
yet to leave the message ambiguous.
Art should be an enigma.
A question that has a unique answer for everyone who ponders on it.
That is the wonder and beauty in art... the concept.
The act of asking what... or what if.
New Artwork in the Galleries
Gilbert Abric, Kimberley Walton, Kerry L. Marsala, David D. Tiger, Rooma Mehra,
Joseph DiSipio, Eileen Kasprick, Shaun Parrin, Nicholas Caputi, Jay Anthony, Kevin Barr and Massimo Ridolfi
have added new work to their galleries.
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/
- Bianca Berends. Portraits from the Netherlands.
- Don Wisener. Iron sculpture.
- Chris Kaess. Geometric shapes.
- Tim Cook. Computer art.
- George Thompson. Abstract colors and forms from western landscapes.
- Brenda Chavis. Pencil, oil, watercolor, clay sculpture, wood carving, and natural crafts.
- Linda Belter. Advertising art.
- Natasha Pantelyat. Art Nouveau portraits.
- TJ Haugh. Wood blocks, serigraphs and linocuts.
- Daniel Moreno. Stylized computer art from Brazil.
- Phil Dalton. Iconic celebs.
- Donna C Willis. Stage and set designs.
- J. R. Seymour. Abstract animals.
- Tommy Russell. Photography.
- Susana Bonnet. Spiritual themes from Argentina.
- Roy Murphy. Abstract landscapes from the U.K.
- Martin Veselý. Czechoslovakian surrealism from ČESKÁ.
- Larry Darnell. California Landscape Art.
- Heather Jones. Comics.
- Donna Pidlubny. Realistic digital art. Advertising.
- Caroline O'connell. Abstract oils.
- Maria Henriques. Visionary portraits from Portugal.
- Adam Burton. Realistic cityscapes from England.
- Jeremy Richards. Minimalist drawings.
- Oscar Penalber. Colorful landscapes.
- Dieter Hammer. Photography and drawing.
- Tim Henderson. Abstracts from the U.K.
- Ruediger John. Interventionistic Art.
- Nick Biagini. Expressionism and social commentary from Canada.
Jeremy Webb's book "Creative Vision - Traditional & Digital Methods for Inspiring
Innovative Photography", will be published by AVA Publishing on September 30th.
Each spread is a minimum 50% visual. The book contains captions, anecdotes,
tips and techniques which complement a stunning range of photographs from over 40
contributing photographers, along with over 100 of Jeremy's images.
Cecil Herring has a show in Historic DeBary Hall, DeBary, FL called "Rediscovering Florida," through September 30.
It is a collection of landscapes and floral paintings to be shown.
Cecil's on-location painting captures lily ponds standing at pond's edge, tackles Florida cabbage palms,
slathers through fields of grasses and crawls in gardens of flowers.
DeBary Hall, listed on the Registry of Historic Places, was built 1871
Admission is $3.00 for adults, $1.00 for youth ages 5-12 and 4 & under are free.
Hours of operation: Tues. - Sat. 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
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.