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Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2000 03:37:07 -0600

Subject: DAM MARCH EXHIBIT

From: "Digital Art Museum" <digitalartmuseum@divishow.com>

To: cyberstaff <cyberstaff@lastplace.com>

 

DIGITALARTMUSEUM.COM proudly presents... Digital Journey

March 1st to March 31st 2000.

Featuring

ALLEN TONEY from WEST VIRGINIA

Digital Surrealism

ANTERO GUERRA INACIO from PORTUGAL

Digital Photography

PETER SHARPE form NORTH WALES, UK

Digital Surrealism

BERT BOTTINO from NEW JERSEY

Digital Photography

PYGOYA

Digital Abstract

TED BRAGG

Digital Landscape and Portraits

KANO from NEW ZEALAND

Digital Biomechanical

TOM DURHAM

Sculpture and Painting

Don't forget to check out our Newsletter, it will be fully functional on March 3rd 2000.

http://www.digitalartmuseum.com

P.O. Box 552 Coppell Texas 75019

214-7292046 or digitalartmuseum@divishow.com

 

 

Saw your exhibit in DAM! I got a vision of you surrounded by computer
equipment. I have a chair in my living room with stuff literally all
around me... I even have a computer for work that I plug and unplug
from alongside my play one..

I have really been getting into Photoshop with a new job with Angel
Graphics. They sell art prints and photos worldwide. Last night I was
compiling Van Gogh and Monet picts for a catalog.. memories.. They have
a G3 but the images are so large (22x20) that the compiler makes me
wait, so I read the Photoshop manual. Have almost finished it.

I am coming after a non artist manipulator of images there and I have
noticed a difference in our approach to using software. She was really
sharp intuitively but tended to see things superstitiously; many actions
based on assumptions. She got things done. But my actions are based on
knowledge and even though I don't fill my off time with sales activity
like she did, I get things done faster and clear up long standing
problems. It is very interesting to see the old art priniciples brought
over to Photoshop. I tend to recognize old friends in the software and
I know where they are coming from. It does make a difference.
(along with this educaton thing...)
I have debated sending my children to school in the normal sense when
they reach college age. Although I learned much from college; it almost
killed me and put me through stuff I would rather not have gone
through. I guess I have decided to educate them myself totally; a
daunting task! Already I am scrambling to relearn stuff. After awhile
of constantly learning you realize some cosmic truths about the process.

 

Gregory Hoose