Christopher Donovan (USA)
Title: Tarra_With Bird
Bio: Christopher Lee Donovan is a twenty-five year-old photographer based in upstate New York. He teaches photography and works in a variety of digital arts including video, audio and animation.
Artist: Diane Vetere (Canada)
Title: glassworks 4
Artist: Dorothy Krause (USA)
Title: Across the River
Krause is a painter, collage artist and printmaker who incorporates digital mixed media into her art. Her work is exhibited regularly in galleries and museums and featured in more than three dozen current periodicals and books.
Krause is Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts College of Art where she founded the Computer Arts Center and a member of Unique Editions and Digital Atelier®, digital artists collaboratives, with Bonny Lhotka and Karin Schminke. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and symposia and a consultant for manufacturers and distributors of products which may be used by fine artists.
Artist: Effendi (Lithuania)
Was born in 1971. Live in the Lithuania, Vilnius.
Artist, photographer, designer. Member of the Lithuanian Photoartist's Union.
ELLEN JANTZEN (USA)
Title: Reflecting Radiation
Born and raised in St. Louis Missouri, USA
Currently lives in Valencia California
Jantzen is an artist whose work spans two very diverse areas; organic sculptural forms and digital prints.
She is inspired with the natural world; rock formations, seed pods, nests, eggs; shapes that resonate with birth, rebirth and growth. In her sculptural forms, she explores the nature of recycled paper and its sculptural qualities by creating pulp which she forms into shapes that respond with nature. She also combines materials, adding beeswax or layers of wood filler, sanding and filing to create texture.
Most recently Jantzen has been working with photographs of her sculptural forms to create limited edition digital prints. She generates the imagery by manipulating the photos in different ways; the process becomes infinite as further re-coloration, re-manipulation and re-creation occur. Her method incorporates several artistic techniques and provides a link between traditional and digital art forms, between the two dimensional world and the three dimensional world. These digitally created pieces are called Transmutations.
Artist: Eric Heller (USA)
Title: Caustic IV
Art Inspired by Science
Eric J. Hellers digital abstract art is inspired by a world we cannot see directly: the quantum realm of electrons, atoms and molecules. The strange, often chaotic quantum domain yields forms which Heller uses as a medium, creating images which convey the mystery of quantum physics. His prints are ultrahigh resolution, large format and archival photographic and inkjet media. Heller has been influenced by Sol LeWitt, whose meticulous and often geometric creations he admires.
Eric Johnson Heller (b. 1946) lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and is a member of the Physics and Chemistry faculties of Harvard University, where he also received his Ph.D. in 1973. He has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the American Physical Society. Hellers research involves theoretical investigation of wave behavior, chaos and quantum mechanics, and collision theory.
Francesco D'Isa (Italy)
Francesco DIsa was born in Firenze (Florence), Italy on 22/09/1980. He study at Literature & Philosophy university, in Florence. He exposes his works in many art sites and communities but also in local galleries and events. Hes self taught artist and he develop his art working as artist, illustrator and editor in the Italian Art$literature magazine Mostro.
Artist: Francidy (Italy)