Monday, September 22nd, 2008 at 8:53 pm in Uncategorized.
The exhibit “Perfect with Pixel,” now at the Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery at Bowling Green State University, bridges the gap between art created by hand and that created within the computer.
The 140 pieces by 94 artists from five countries represent a dizzying variety of the ways painting, drawing, printmaking, photography and found art can be incorporated with digital imagery and manipulated within the computer. Including Fremont artist Kamal Al Mansour — see photo above — who has shown his work at Joyce Gordon’s downtown gallery and ProArts. Read on…