Constantin Alexiades is a Greek architect and painter.
"I studied architecture and "arts plastiques" at E.N.S.B.A. (Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Beaux Arts) in Paris. I have been painting and drawing since childhood.
"Some years ago I encountered digital painting. I love its multilevel features, the unlimited number of options, the freedom of color or layer choices. I paint mostly abstract works.
"In most of my attempts I can't really predict the final result of painting. I start to paint, based on an initial idea.
"In my landscapes and seascapes (figurative paintings) the procedure of the creation has the same technique characteristics. I work mainly through my imagination or memory of the splendid landscapes of my beloved country, using a variety of digital painting software packages. My paintings can be found in numerous private collections around the world.
"I live in Greece."
"Landscape 1254" by Constantin Alexiades
"Abstract Landscape 933" by Constantin Alexiades
"Seascape 1217" by Constantin Alexiades
"Porto 158" by Constantin Alexiades
"Marine 812" by Constantin Alexiades
"Untitled Abstract 5" by Constantin Alexiades
"Abstract Landscape" by Constantin Alexiades
"Geometrical 1" by Constantin Alexiades
"Landscape 1207" by Constantin Alexiades
"Greek Island 301" by Constantin Alexiades
MUSEUMS, COMMUNITIES, GALLERIES|
Digital Art Gallery Online
Digital Art Served
Soho Arthouse (Soho Gallery For Digital Art)
DAM - Digital Art Museum
Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
Museum of Computer Art
Digital Art Online
Museum of Digital Fine Arts
"These are all simple photographs. Light has been captured by a camera and the resulting latent image has been processed and printed. The processing is a little different, but it?s only a question of degree. The actual processes or tools used are very common and likely to have been used on every published photograph you have ever seen.
The tools are just used over and over again until the original image is almost totally destroyed. At that point, so much of the original subject of the photograph has been removed that it is only just recognisable. What we ?see? in these images is very much a figment of our own imagination. They have been made to remind us all that, in a photograph, we can only see what we already know."
"Black Fish" by Colin Aiken
"Colourful Display" by Colin Aiken
"Paper Leaf 1" by Colin Aiken
"Park Bench" by Colin Aiken
"Rural Life" by Colin Aiken
"Walking on Water" by Colin Aiken
"Water Bird" by Colin Aiken
The Enigma of Color and Shape
Mostafa Afiri was born in 1957 in Casablanca, Morocco.
He is an artist-painter and stage-designer and was involved in several national and international exhibitions and films. From his childhood he showed a penchant for drawing and painting. He attended the school of fine arts where he completed his vocation in art in all its forms: music, painting, photography and cinema, enriching the Moroccan visual and pictorial environment.
Mostafa Afiri has charted his own path separate from all modernist trends of his generation; he keeps strictly to the principle of the genesis of the visible; he shows in his creations the enigma of color and shape.
Atelier Progressif Creative Space
Video and Print Art Exhibition
November 4, 2016 through December 2, 2016
Opening reception Friday, November 11th from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Atelier Progressif Creative Space is happy to announce our upcoming show of artists' work selected from The Second Catskill Digital Art Competition.
Atelier Progressif chose artists whose work best represents the vanguard of today's digital art movement.
Selected from the New Media/Video gallery at MOCA: Museum of Computer Art
2D Digital Work
We hope the exhibit will be enjoyed as a reservoir of some of the most original and dramatic computer-generated work in its various forms and manifestations, including 3-D rendered images, fractals, enhanced photography, animation, mixed media, and computer-painted and -drawn art.
The show is a reflection of our mission to seek out and identify individuals who utilize technology to create and promote meaningful new artwork. We aspire to contribute toward shaping how art is created and consumed in the digital era.
Atelier Progressif Creative Art Space is looking to give space and support to artists who use digital tools to create art and art projects that benefit society.
75 Bridge Street
Catskill, NY 12414
Gallery hours: Friday - Sunday 12 - 4:30, and by appointment.
For additional information please contact Atelier Progressif:
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