|Zoran Poposki (b.1974)
Zoran Poposki (b.1974) is the May 2006 Digital Color Artist of the Month. Zoran is an accomplished abstract expressionist painter and graphic artist from Macedonia.
His work has been featured in national TV programs, newspapers and magazines.
Zoran takes a passionate approach to painting.
His expressive strokes have been compared to a squid squirting ink all around, defending itself.
His paintings are a form of refined lyricism, more emotional than intellectual.
New Artwork in the Galleries
Bob Melnyk, Kevin Barr, Nicholas Caputi, Adelle Jean, Decio Ferreira and Karyelle Starnes have added new work to their galleries.
New Contemporary Artists
The following artists registered in the last two months. 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/
News from the Artists
- Arno Schaetzle. Digital photoart, photography and comics.
- Mercedes Fariņa. Realistic oils from Argentina.
- David Wood. Nature photography from Canada.
- Bob Melnyk. Sculpture, non-objective geometric shapes.
- Laurent Bruere. Landscape drawings.
- Marius Pierre Cousin. Watercolors from France.
- Finn Stamp. Contemporary Pop Art from the UK.
- Richard Peter David. Cartoon illustration from the Philippines.
- Michelle Agius. Digital art from Australia.
- Zoran Poposki. Digital art from Macedonia.
- Marlies Merk Najaka. Landscape watercolors.
- Carrie Fell. Icons of the Old West with a thoroughly modern twist.
- Danny Munn. Animals performing human activities.
- Koichi Kamidozono. Stylized figures from Japan.
- Andrew Ek. Solitary female figures in a magic realism.
- D. C. Herrera. Abstracts from Spain.
- Exploitme. Political propaganda.
- Lucjan Kowalewski. Environmental abstracts from Poland.
- Tony Fling. Visionary landscapes.
- Greg Manata. Non-representational digital fantasy.
- Joanna Jesse. Snapshots of daily life from Germany.
- Rob Lorenson. Sculpture. Geometric shapes.
- Jonathan Polkest. Drawings of cultural significance from the UK.
- Jean-Pierre Etienne. Surrealistic landscapes from France.
- Juan Franco. Documentary photography.
- Nesrin Elmarakbi. Abstract gouache on paper from Japan.
- Ismo Jokiaho. Spiritual mental images from Finland.
- F.M. Kearney. Fantasy photography.
- Rafael Gallardo. Fantasy portraits.
- Robot Cossey. Wooden Sculpture from England.
- Jo Holland. Cameraless photography from the UK.
- Gerardo Macias-Garcia. Iconographic abstracts.
- Michael Dettmer. Expressionistic digital art from Cyprus.
- Jimmy Sainville. Abstract landscapes.
- Jason Faessel. Non-objective imagery.
- Nadya Hussain. Drawing from Pakistan.
- Milt Jordan. Realistic animal sculpture.
Brian Simons has written a book, 7-STEPS TO A SUCCESSFUL PAINTING, an Acrylic Painting Course.
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
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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.