I envisioned this piece at the last concert I attended prior to COVID. Yes, I was alms at the back of the stadium, but I wanted to capture the fact that music was being produced on the stage. I hope this worked.
When I began this series, I was searching for something that creeped me out. These pseudo-lizard/spiders with their glowing hearts managed to do just that.
I enjoy this abstract work for the simple colors & lines. There is no deep meaning in this work; it's just beautiful.
This abstract work was created during a period where I was trying to understand minimalism. I worked with only two colors & three objects. I suppose one could work with less (and many have), but I believe that the beauty & simplicity of this work would have been negatively affected had I chosen to work […]
This is a CAD drawing of one of my DIY circuit boards. I was blown away by the the relationships of the colors, & the beauty of a piece that was created for purely technical reasons. This work is an excellent example of the relationship between art & technology.
This is a tribute to Janis. Janis Lyn Joplin (January 19, 1943 – October 4, 1970) was an American singer-songwriter who sang rock, soul and blues music. One of the most successful and widely known rock stars of her era, she was noted for her powerful mezzo-soprano vocals and "electric" stage presence.
This is a unique spaceship design that incorporates attributes of both steampunk & pirate ships. The title is a tribute to Iain Banks - author of the "Culture" series of novels
In this scene, a detailed young boy & the vague outline of a woman admire an AI sculpture. They are subtly aware that it is staring back at them, & the stare is not friendly.
The result of this Human/AI collaboration is the disconcerting face of an individual who is half female & half male. In many of my digital works, I try to condense multiple images or moments into a single one. "Gender Equality" is an example of this -- merging female & male into a single image.
The title of this work speaks for itself. Two different 3D views -- side on & from above -- exist in the same image. I like this work because it is one of my better attempts to try to move the art off of the digital canvas.