March 31, 2016
Blog 34

Angel Estevez

I was born in Spain and live in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I work in the field of education. I am an enthusiast of arts in general, being self-taught in digital art since 2001. I appreciate many art styles but my preferred one is the abstract. I like to create abstracta and landscapes in 3D render and digital painting.

Having started my career doing digital art, currently I also do traditional painting. I hope that people who see my artworks share the same pleasant feelings that I had in creating them.

Angel Estevez

Angel Estevez's website

"Abstract Composition 173" by Angel Estevez

"Bizarre and Magnetic" by Angel Estevez

"Blue Surroundings" by Angel Estevez

"Lost River Canyon" by Angel Estevez

"Mysterious Jungle" by Angel Estevez

"Abstract Composition 303" by Angel Estevez

"Abstract Composition 340 by Angel Estevez

"On the Top of the Top" by Angel Estevez


"Landscount 2" by Immo Jalass

Immo Jalass

I am creating free digital compositions which often started (years ago in the early beginning) with one or two photographs, which are then "worked out" with more or less 100 steps of copying and pasting; maybe filterering, distorting, twisting, and/or change the perspective to make it more abstract, again colouring, setting brush strokes, perhaps lines; some "decoloring"; "recoloring"; stretching; detailed form and color changing; copying one art piece into another one; making it transparent; giving some contrast; sizing and resizing, etc., until the image is complete and not one of the original photographic pixels is left. They are associations of the world around us and its reflections - often a kind of fantastic situation where everything seems to make a new kind of sense.

Immo Jalass's art on the Web


"Rose-Garden 5" by Sue Brooke-Roberton

Sue Brooke-Roberton

Sue Brooke-Roberton is an Australian contemporary mixed-media artist who has been working in digital painting for over a decade, as well as painting in oils, acrylics, inks, dyes, glazes and pastels (since 1981). Her digital paintings explore colour, depth, patterns, and emotive abstract concepts. Texture and form are other elements she incorporates in her work. Sue is heavily influenced by her surroundings: the beauty of the Western Australian landscape with its stunning colour contrasts, the flora and fauna. She is also an 'en plein air' artist, who enjoys traversing different landscapes and capturing her impression of that moment. Her early urban background is also present, and too her voice as a philosopher.

An 'ah ha' moment when working in the digital medium is when Sue has exhausted all possibilities across the programs that she uses which can be as many as five to produce one work. These range from Photoshop to fractal software. And the composition has to 'feel' right before the work is deemed 'complete'.

Her work has been widely displayed and has been collected privately as fine quality Giclee prints of limited edition.

Sue Brooke-Roberton's website


Digital Art Gallery Online
Digital gallery of best pictures and photos from portfolios of digital artists.

Digital Art Served
Top work in categories such as computer graphics, matte painting, digital painting and photo manipulation.

Soho Arthouse (Soho Gallery For Digital Art)
Event space, gallery, tech, film screening room, product launches, pop-up, fashion week, charity art shows in NYC.

DAM - Digital Art Museum
Museum and gallery

Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art is a contemporary gallery in downtown LA dedicated to the propagation of all forms of digital art, new media, digital video.

Community of artists and those devoted to art. Digital art, skin art, themes, wallpaper art, traditional art, photography, poetry / prose. Art prints.

Almost entirely 3D rendered art from such programs as 3DS Max, Maya, Lightwave and others.

Museum of Computer Art
Nonprofit US educational corporation chartered by the NYS Department of Education.

Digital Art Online
Online digital art exhibition space. Includes thematic exhibitions.

Museum of Digital Fine Arts
Spotlighting the most brilliant new artists of the modern age.


This show continues at the Atelier Progressif Gallery in Catskill NY. It closes Friday April 8. This show is a collaboration between the Atelier Progressif and MOCA: Museum of Computer Art. It opened March 11. It hosts 25 artworks and a video by contemporary digital artists from around the world. Curated by Don Archer, MOCA director.

Atelier Progressif Creative Art Space
75 Bridge Street, Catskill, N.Y. 12414
Yechiam Gal / Principal
Phone 518.768.7787

Gallery hours:
Thursday thru Sunday
Noon to 4:30 p.m., and by appointment


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