Technology has provided a new tool for artists that goes far beyond the brush in its ability to create texture, to create color in new patterns, and to blend those textures, colors, and patterns in ways that were unimaginable prior to its development. That tool, of course, is the computer. And the canvas is made up of the numerous applications available to create art.
While some may disparage my art and the work of other digital artists as being "computer-generated," I think it is they who are the ones who cannot see the future for the past. The computer "generates" art on its own no more than a hundred monkeys in a room full of typewriters could write so much as a single line of a Shakespearian sonnet, much less Hamlet.
So, I invite those who look to past methods in reverence to turn 'round. . . and face the future. You may just like what you see, after all.
My work is mostly abstract. However, I call it Organic Expressionism for a reason: The mind is hard-wired to see patterns and, often, those patterns are animate, rather than inanimate, objects. You may see faces or figures in my work. Or not. I normally do not discuss how my paintings should be interpreted. I prefer to be surprised by the things viewers see, themselves, instead of imposing my own views and limiting how they make sense of my paintings.