Pilar Bamba (b. 1951) is the August 2006 Digital Color Artist of the Month.
Pilar works with watercolors, collage, oil and acrylic.
She possesses an especially delicate observation of the female mind, attitude and form.
Her paintings present expressionist gestures and emotive impressionism in a fresh and instantaneous way.
Her colors and faces express feminine spirituality, feelings, hurt and beauty.
Her figures show feminine solitude, joy and heartache.
Pilar is one of the great painters who is able to share emotion and everything that is woman.
Her works have been displayed in galleries for 20 years, in Barcelona, throughout Spain and Europe and Mexico.
New Artwork in the Galleries
Donna Sakamoto Crispin, Adelle Jean, Kevin Barr, Miran Kres, Massimo Ridolfi,
Nicholas Caputi, Karyelle Starnes, Kumiko McKee, Joseph DiSipio, Jay Anthony, Larz Eldbage
and Alexandra John Petrie have added new artwork to their galleries.
New Contemporary Artists
The following artists registered in the last 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/
News from the Artists
- Alexander Selivanov. Realistic oil cityscapes from England.
- Giuseppe Liotta. Still life, landscapes and nature from Sicily.
- Sandy Clifton. Landscapes and nature.
- Christine Cook. Seascapes and abstracts from England.
- Cindy Lee Jones. Watercolor florals.
- Arthur Brahinskiy. Fantasy oils.
- Francesca Dotta. Photography from Italy.
- Loyde Mcillwain. Impressionistic landscapes.
- Van Renselar. Digital abstracts from the U.K.
- Izabella Pavlushko. Abstract geometric shapes from Azerbaijan.
- Kristine Medestomas. Geometric shapes and symbolism from the Philippines.
- Vladimir Levestam. Natural wooden jewelry from the Ukraine.
- Danielle Hartman. Human symbolism with the feminine spirit.
- Aminta Henrich. Ethnic abstracts from Alemania.
- Martin Bradley. 60s Psychedelia from Malaysia.
- Alejandro Cabeza. Realistic oils from Spain.
- David S. Martin. Portrait photography.
- Leone Ardo. Humorous parodies of classical works.
- Manisha Gulyani. Performance dancing from India.
- Santiago Paulos. Realistic oils from Spain.
Robert Mileham: Robert Mileham's "Speck", The English Springer Spaniel
sculpture has won the award "Highly Commended" at the AFAS Exhibition in the
Mall Galleries London England, 4th July 2006.
This follows his prestigious award for "Ice Breaker" which won the peoples prize
at the William Herschel "Heavenly Bodies" sculpture competition.
Robert is best known for his female figures and spaniels.
Much of his work is in private collections in New Zealand, Hong Kong, Belgium, Switzerland
and of course in The British Isles.
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