Digital Oil and Acrylic
Long the choice for painting and representation in Western-style art, oil and acrylic paint have proven over and over again their abilities to be flexible, vivid, subtle, and sensuous - all at the same time. Whether it's the Mona Lisa, Mary Cassatt, David Hockney, or Jackson Pollock's house paint, oil and acrylic paint's ability for expression is expansive.
These pieces play with, mimic, and contradict the look and texture of oil and acrylic within a digital paradigm. Using both traditional artist's methods as well as new Artificial Intelligent algorithmic tools, these pieces - both abstract and figurative - play in a space inspired-by but expanding on the centuries old tradition of paint on wood or canvas.