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The Page Turning FlipBook by Dorothy Simpson Krause PDF Print E-mail
Sample ImageMy art-making is an integrated mode of inquiry that links concept and media in an ongoing dialogue - a visible means of exploring meaning.
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Commerce & Art: No Hard Lines by Joe Nalven PDF Print E-mail
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I went out into the postmodern world of San Diego to pull together a sampling of artists. I asked them to think about the influences on their art – about the world of commercial and fine art they see on a daily basis as well as the mundane process of crossing over between client-driven and personal art.
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On the Uniqueness of Digital Art by JD Jarvis PDF Print E-mail
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Recently, I have been called to task to explain my seemingly obsessive contention that digital art is a truly unique art . . .

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NanoArt by Cris Orfescu PDF Print E-mail
Sample ImageAfter more than a quarter of century of viewing the micro and nano worlds I am still fascinated by these highly organized and extremely beautiful structures. All this time I was thinking it’s a shame we can’t see them in colors. Not anymore. My twenty year old idea of capturing and adding color to these wonders became reality once digital technology improved.
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My life in computing and doing art by Renata Spiazzi PDF Print E-mail

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Ever since I started using a computer (1991) I wanted to take advantage of the many possibilities it has to offer. Drawing, painting in oils, watercolor, or even wood cutting, did not attract me. I wanted to use the computer to show what can be done with it. Imitating other media did not have that kind of fascination.

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Mel Strawn: Making Shapes PDF Print E-mail
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Borrowing notions of chance, randomness and acceptance of “what happens” from John Cage, using “random” numbers and variables (just about the most powerful creative procedure the computer has to offer) I could set in motion, like a Sorcerer’s Apprentice, kinetic displays that were entertaining, sometimes beautiful, always surprising...
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Featured Gallery: Greg Klamt PDF Print E-mail

Greg Klamt: Possible Moments in Improbable Worlds

A Moment of Freedom

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Photoshop as spiritual practice . . . . Marc Goldring PDF Print E-mail

Posted by jnalven on Sunday, September 04 @ 08:25:18 CDT
 

For the past few weeks, my meditation practice has been stale. My emotional reserves have gotten lower and I have needed to bring myself back into balance. But there I am, unable to focus and stuck with a mind that is all over the map, indeed, off the map half the time.
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San Diego to Belgrade by Vladimir Konecni

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I was thrilled
to find that
concept-based
art photography
travels well
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Featured Quote

Poetry arrived in search of me. I don't know, I don't know where it came from, from winter or a river. I don't know how or when.

Pablo Neruda

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Our Mission

The Digital Art Guild is dedicated to advancing the concept of digital fine art while promoting public interest and knowledge about the medium.

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Welcome to the New DAG website!
If you have any comments or ideas as we revamp the site, please contact us. ...
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