Pixeldust, pigment, plastic, paper
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Beginning with the artist’s digital creative tools, a photon’s mass is ultimately converted into a molecule of pigment (“Pixeldust”).
Particles of light energy (photons) are rendered as Pixeldust in a digital composition and viewed at the speed of light.
Pixeldust images can be viewed on electronic devices like computers, iPads, smartphones. Or they can be printed on a substrate.
Viewed on a digital screen, the image is not a reproduction: it is as much a work of art as it is when printed on aluminum.
First “Pixeldust” output from Digital Color Imaging, Akron, Ohio.
Pixeldust computer prints
Early pixeldust computer prints, ca. 1980s – 2000s. Most are 13 x 19, unframed, on gloss photo paper.
Squares - PVC
The Painting As Object: Squares series. Golden acrylics on constructed square forms built from expanded PVC plastic.
Shaped paintings - PVC
Painting As Object: Shaped series. Golden acrylics on constructed forms built from expanded PVC plastic.
Pixeldust under glass
Small glass Pixeldust compositions. Hanging hardware included.
Small Pixeldust works on metal or glass.
Small, glossy acrylic glass blocks to hang, stand, or lay flat.
All The Presidents’ Rooms
Surreal vignettes of each of the U.S. Presidents, through #44, Barack Obama. Pixeldust on aluminum. Full set or individuals.
Gemini G.E.L. prints
“Founded in 1966, Gemini G.E.L. is an artists’ workshop and publisher of fine-art limited edition prints and sculptures.”
Large prints in limited editions, still a few available.
Rare, unusual watercolors of the 1980s and 1990s.
Sculptures utilizing wood and mineral forms found in northern New Mexico. Circa 1990s.
Rare legacy prints, drawings, paintings. A very few large 1960s resin and fiberglass pieces.
Abstract expressionist works of the 1980s, on canvas and on paper.
- Archived: 1963-1999
- What is Pixeldust?
ILLUSIONS ARE REALFind a work by a modern master.
“Let five decades of work stand upon its character as upon a foundation; and let the artist’s process in these series reflect the many and fanciful additaments and ornaments that create and intensify the illusion of the real.”
– Ronald Davis, 2013