"Intent, and the Artist's approach to his or her problem solving method(s).
I think sci-fi artists try to expound on the infinity of space in their mind
And try to duplicate or replicate .what the imagination has offered."
"I have a reasonably educated critical eye and find it can be applied to original paintings and equally to digital art images because the same rules apply.
Every work is enhanced by good composition, complementariness and wide tonal range.…"
"As ever I am late to the party.
However I see that the work of members is still available for free down load on the site.
I am just a beginner so no one is going to snatch my art and put it up to attract folk to their page. It is not attributed when…"
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No I haven't read the Penrose book yet but will do so without delay. Kurzweil is right about the exponential rush we find ourselves in the midst of--so little time--so much to read--accomplish. There was a time, not long ago when seminal books on cosmology were few in number and now come at us as an avalanche. Choices become of moment!
Thank you for thinking of me!
Thanks Kara - good to be here and get re-connected. I did the classic thing on my web link with only two F's instead of three - d'oh! SHould work now but my traditional site is very out of date. Here's my contact info: Jeff Fennel 25105 First Ave. Los Molinos, CA 06055
I'll try to post some astro stuff when I can.
Hi Kara, I'm glad that you like Glen - my six foot garden gnome. He's a hollow glass-fiber model. I'd love to be able to bring him along to a workshop but he'd be a bit tricky to sneak past customs...they'd want to cut him open to check that he wasn't stuffed with anything illicit. I rather like him in one piece.
Thanks! It's an offshoot of a work I did for PanAm years ago. THey specified that it be painted in B/W, so it was a new learning experience working in monochorome with a medium that is normally polychrome. Almost an out of body experience. Working in graphite, for example, you expect it to be monochrome and what you are doing matches what you are seeing. Hard to explain.