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Atman Victor New Artist
Steve Bingham at MOCA
|Atman Victor New Artist|
Atman a professional digital artists has a gallery on
Digital art has become my second nature, it's something
that brings me forward fresh frames of mind as every new
artwork that I produce seems to me like a further step to a
better picture where people and things are born anew.
Transpersonal worlds are a part of my inspiration, I always
try to be on the cutting edge both personally and artistically
without losing sight of the past. Basically I want to express
with my art an inner world full of pent-up stamina that
society commonly represses...let's say that I try to make the
viewer think and feel transported to a better world far from
the inherited neuroses of mankind... Atmán Victor
again for another Round Table discussion. Photoshop is the
best going. Am I wrong?
Join in and see what this select group of professionals
have to say about image editors.
I don't know that Photoshop is the "best" image editor, at
least in the context of the best in every situation for
everyone. Undoubtedly, it is the most feature laden image
edfitor around, but for a beginner or for the photographer or
artist who is more interested in minor touch-ups, the
complexity and the cost of the program could be problem.
weeks Photo of the Week is by Ciro Antinozzi
Ciro was born in Salerno, Italy in 1953, received a degree
in Geology and has been a professional photographer since
1984. His slide archives include over 20,000 catalogued
photographs that are distributed all over the world, including
Italy, Germany, U.S.A., Mexico, Malaysia, and New Zealand,
though various international agencies.
PixiPort Ezine »
|Steve Bingham at MOCA|
|Pixiporter Steve Bingham has a exhibit at MOCA Museum
of Computer Art.
MOCA is one of the most heavily-trafficked, comprehensive,
frequently-updated and respected computer art museums on the
We congratulate Steve on this very nice exhibit.
Steve Bingham exhibit »
Painting the Poppies RedYou have to be quick!
The day after they come out - (you can't miss them - great red
splodges on the green garden landscape,) the wind comes
without fail and blows the tall poppies, wrecking their petals
and spoiling their first beauty. Without fail, I have awaited
the day and grabbed my camera and pastels to record, yet
again, the magnetic red flowers.