An aesthetic developed in traditional studio materials moves ahead via coding.

“So his fate forgave the time he spent to hesitate” 2005 | 30″ x 20″ | acrylic paint, crayon, ink, pencils, resin on panel

"What Child Is This" 2017 | digital painting

In 2005, I rendered each element in its own way. Each piece of a painting seems to tell me their appropriate style. To the left, notice how the pink seat cushions are rendered with pencil, the floor and background rendered with acrylic paint and ink washes, and the face rendered with halftone. This aesthetic has been carried over from my traditional studio work into my digital work. Whereas previously it was different material, it is now a different combination of algorithms I've written.

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