ROLE REVERSAL: PAINT IMITATES DIGITAL!
CAPPING A 20 YEAR DIGITAL EFFORT?

- HISTORIC RELEVATION EMAIL: (PICTURE FILES NOT PRESENTED HERE)

The Display here

 

APRIL 13, 2005

----- Original Message -----
From: Lovettlarry1@aol.com
 
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 5:23 PM
Subject: Rod's Waialua Roots Paintings

Hi Rod
Well it took a while to
get these back to you.
Here they are, in JPEG fomat,
cropped, color corrected, and
ready to go!
See you soon!
LKL
PS
They look quite glorious!
What will Pygoya do to
further enhance them?
LKL

 

 

LARRY!
 
MY GOD! THEY DOOOOOO LOOOOOK COMPUTER GENERATED! MY BRAIN HAS BEEN BRAINWASHED. EVEN WITH REAL BRUSH AND PAINT, I AM DIGITAL. THIS IS SO COOL. WAIT TILL I POST THIS SERIES AS A CYBER SHOW AND OFFER THE EVIDENCE OF MEDIA TRANSCENDENCE AND TRANSFORMATION!  YUP, THEY'RE COMPLETED WORKS AS IS, THE BASIC PAINT.  BUT FUN AND CHALLENGE AWAITS, POSSIBLY TO HAVE THE AESTHETIC GOAL TO USE SOFTWARE MANIPULATION TO BRING THEM BACK TOWARDS BELIEVABLE "PAINT." IMAGINE, HAVING TO GO DIGITAL TO RECAPTURE THE SENSE OF PAINT OF PAINT THAT HAS LOST IT THROUGH INTENTIONAL/UNCONSCIOUS PAINT USER MEDIATION.
 
THANKS, CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THE ORIGINALS!
 
COOL YOU'RE LEARNING TO USE YOUR CAMERA WITH WOW 7 MBYTES!
 
LIKE THE "WAIALUA ROOTS PAINTING" TITLE FOR ONLINE SHOW. LARRY, FROM THIS MUTUAL ART PERFORMANCE/STUDIO TIME, CAN YOU WRITE A BRIEF INTRO TO THE SERIES WHICH I COULD USE TO INTRODUCE THESE 'HYBRID' PAINTINGS TO THE CYBER WORLD?

 

HMMMMM , COULD IT BE AN UNINTENDED LESSON IN LIFE: SPENT 20 YEARS ON COMPUTERS TO-
COME UP WITH A MATURE AND INDIVIDUAL PAINTING STYLE??????? NO MORE COMPUTER????

 

SHOCKING NEWS: PYGOYA is A COMPUTER??????

 

 
MAHALO,
ROD

 

 

Hi Dave,
Thanks for all the tips and keep them coming! I'm consolidating them into one file and printing out.

Might at a great threshold I never anticipated!!!!!
Tried painting with brush and canvas as if I was using a computer and its graphic software. My friend just sent jpegs using his digital camera and he is shocked at the "reverse medium simulation" as much as I am. I'm closer to painting like a computer, without the software! Weird? Historic moment in painting?  Will mount my show soon online as evidence for my aesthetic judgment. 
 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: David Camp
 
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 4:20 PM