Video Art

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Digital Art

My first exposure to digital /video art and music was at the First Annual Philadelphia Digital Art and Music Show in 1981. After attending a digital art conference at UCLA in 1984, I became aware of the newly designed Amiga computers by Commodore Inc.. In 1985 I purchased my first computer, the Amiga 1000. I immediately began exploring the creative potential in digital and video art . Early images were created using Electronic Art's DigiPaint software, and a Panasonic camera for scanning photographs. I also incorporated such tools as a SuperGen real-time mixer for video, video editing equipment, and video software to create my early multi-layered video work. The Amiga 1000 computer was quite primitive in comparison to the computing power of present day computers. It only possessed 512 k ram and a floppy drive. What made it unique were the installed graphic, video, and music cards. Third party companies soon realized the Amiga's potential and a host of software and hardware support was soon to follow. Presently, I am creating my art utilizing PC's and state of the art High Definition hardware and software

Art Gallery 2013

post canvas and paint: variations

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Art Gallery 2012

art for posts and the abstract series:

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Art Gallery 2012 & 2011

art for posts:

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& fun house series

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Art Gallery 2011

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reflective series

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Art Gallery  2011

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silence series

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Art Gallery  2011

art for posts:

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ART GALLERY 2011-1997

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