Jim Plaxco is a digital artist and photographer who works with 2D software, 3D software, his own custom graphics software, and photography, both film and digital, to create digital art. His introduction to computer art occurred in 1982 when he enrolled in the first graduate level course in computer
Philadelphia-area abstract painter Ellen Priest has used jazz as the subject for her layered, collaged paintings since 1990. Most recently, she completed a four-year body of work titled, “Jazz: Edward Simon’s ‘Venezuelan Suite’ #1
Glenn Brown is an English artist and painter who was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2000.
Brown appropriates images created by living, working artists, such as Frank Auerbach and Howard Hodgkin, as well as images by artists more established in the historical canon, such as Rembrandt or Salvador
Francine Spiegel makes large portraits in acrylic of the monstrous feminine. Her soupy, sloppy women protrude from and are engulfed by pop slime piles. Rapper’s girlfriends, socialites, and pin-up girls are all thrown into the stew of mylar, goo, glitter, and chewing gum. Their glammy/gory juxtapos