2020 Digital / Graphic Design

Lea Alboher

Sonoma, California

Lea is an artist who settled in San Francisco after immigrating from Israel in 1979. She made her home in Sonoma, California. Lea digitally assembles collage pieces by incorporating photographic images and drawing on metal and ceramic. We welcome Lea as a first time artist in the show.

Michael Brown

Antioch, Illinois

My hybrid optical art printmaking process can be used to create either animated graphics or three-dimensional imagery. The basis for my art is a technique invented in the early 1900s to make 3D pictures that could be viewed without special glasses or viewing instruments. The ability to create animated art with this process was discovered years later.

Geoffrey Harris

Lexington, South Carolina

Original Digital Paintings created entirely on a computer. The inspiration for the paintings are vintage toys and games from the 1950s. The artwork is created with a graphics tablet and software applications for drawing and painting. Limited editions of each image are printed using archival inks and paper.

Mark Hurd

St. Louis, Missouri

My artwork consists of archival, limited edition, signed and numbered, ink on paper prints created using a unique technique combining my photography, drawing and coloring individual shapes and then layering them together digitally. The artwork resembles a silkscreen or woodblock print, but the palette is limitless, with vivid saturated colors.

Dewey James

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Memories weave our past; forever intersecting lives and places. They are an unfolding tapestry ever present in my work. The pieces I create are designed with a graphic twist; made from original, vintage, and altered images, wood, acrylic, opalescent paints, and transparency film. My work tell stories that are rich in color, vintage in thought, and contemporary at heart. Whimsical yet structured, blending sentimental themes such as iconic circus and amusement park imagery or elements of nature with cultural themes, all using bold applications of color and contemporary graphic sensibility.

John Leben

Saugatuck, Michigan

My imagery ranges from landscapes to still lives to rather techno-centric imagery. For me, technology has been both a boon and a curse. I’m constantly frustrated by it, but, I’m also surprisingly enthusiastic about the possibilities of using technology as an art medium.

Susan Littman

Chicago, Illinois

My process begins with a photograph. From there, I layer digital images combined with filters, color and text to create a contemporary collage. Each image is an amalgam of traditional and modern photography and digital techniques.

Transforming images through a multi-step process has capitalized on my strong attention to detail and deepened my creative process. My artistic perspective has expanded with the ability to spontaneously play with images, ideas, colors and text.

Lou Zale

Deerfield, Illinois

I’ve been selling my work full time since 1978. Highlights include Show awards at the Milwaukee Lakefront Arts Festival, Old Towne Art Fair,Ann Arbor Street Fair,Etc.My work is included in the permanent collections of The Negro League Baseball Museum, The University of Iowa, The McDonald’s Corporation,Borg Warner Corp,The State of Illinois (Springfield,ILL.), The University of Wisconsin, The Rockford art museum, etc.