Digital Consciousness News.

Issue 94. July 2007
Nahid Navab
Nahid Navab is the July 2007 Digital Color Artist of the Month. Nahid has exhibited at juried fine art shows in the Washington D.C. area, Virgina and Iran. Nahid has won an Honorable Mention, Best Of Virginia Artists & Artisans 2005 juried book competition (Kennedy Promotions), the People's Choice Award, Fairfax Art League Nov, 2004, First Prize Painting "Trip" art work, Northern Virginia Community College April 2003 and other awards.

Nahid's work "Dream" was purchased by and is now part of the permanent collection of NOVA College, Annandale Campus.

New Artwork in the Galleries
Kevin Barr, Lisa Putman, Nicholas Caputi and Jay Anthony have added new artwork to their galleries.

New Contemporary Artists
There are now over 3000 contemporary artists exhibiting on Digital Consciousness! The following artists registered in the last month. To view the work of an artist enter the artist's name at To see these most recent artists go to
  1. David Tobey. Music influenced sculpture.
  2. Travis Apel. Insect and organisms jewelry and sculpture.
  3. Edward McClenahan. Metaphysical visions.
  4. Alexander Bogomazov. Landscapes and nature from the Ukraine.
  5. Willian Kilborn. Jazz scenes from Canada.
  6. Ricardo G. Silveira. Digital arts from Venezuela.
  7. Dimitri Tsutskiridze. Cityscapes from Georgia.
  8. Mary E. Whitehill. Watercolor landscapes.
  9. Elaine Knight. Landscapes and flowers from New Zealand.
  10. Jamie Struth. Abstract landscapes from Scotland.
  11. Ivy Klingbeil. Pop art portraits.
  12. Artur Zurawik. Portraits from Poland.
  13. Nina Gabriel. Abstracts.
  14. Vincent Michele. Fantasy landscapes from France.
  15. Joe Hendry. Portraits from the U.K.
Rick Griffin (1944-1991)
A exhibit of the work of Rick Griffin opens June 24 at the Laguna Art Museum, Rick Griffin (1944-1991), a cult figure, has had a significant impact on our culture overall. The exhibit includes 140 paintings, drawings, posters, album covers, and artifacts, surveys thirty years of work from the 1960s until his death in 1991.

Before Griffin begins to revel in the art and politics of the counterculture, he is a surfer. Griffin develops the well-known cartoon-strip character Murphy, which is regularly published in Surfer magazine, the preeminent surf magazine of the era. Griffin is renowned as a surfer artist when he arrives in San Francisco in 1966, just in time to earn a poster commission for the first Human Be-In, setting into motion the Summer of Love.

Creating a simple, yet powerful design for that event, he quickly makes a name for himself with his brilliant lettering, nineteenth-century graphics, breathtaking color combinations, and humorous approach to advertising motifs. His new media is the psychedelic rock poster and his artwork permeates urban cores, where emerging bands that he designs for, such as Jimi Hendrix and the Grateful Dead, give concerts.

Global Arts Village, New Delhi, India
Call for Early Winter Fellowship Applications 2007. Celebrating Art, Culture and Consciousness!

An emerging multi-cultural residential art center located in New Delhi, India, is a community of creative individuals celebrating life through art and heart. Their programs are based on the ancient Indian principle of Satyam, Shivam, Sundram. Their programs are meant to create an environment that fosters awareness and enhances your creative process. Their international arts center is unique because it combines artist residencies with Indian traditions such as yoga and meditation in a village community setting.

Creative people of all types including fine artists and craftspeople, designers, architects, writers, art administrators, curators, social development volunteers, researchers and healing art therapists can apply for full or partial fellowships or full fee residency programs. 60-day Early Winter Fellowships for 2007 begins on Oct 3 Dec 2. Deadline for submitting your application is September 30, 2007 and can be submitted via email or post. For complete details please visit their website

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 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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