Memento: computer graphic
2006 - On the spot in Maine - my watercolor sketch - with the subject visible through the window. (Click on photo to see enlarged).
Studio 245 - Linda Bigness
Art Museums, Schools & Organizations
Above - one of my newer digital prints, Dreaming, which was conceived for our granddaughter (the ballerina) & which was recently seen in a show at the Technology Garden in downtown Syracuse.
I've chosen to include here 'retrospective' images of the various media in which I've worked over the years. Artists are given to experimentation. There is an excitement involved - a sort of natural evolution of style & technique. At present, I'm deeply involved with computer graphics - but some things never change. My love of drawing, for instance. My sketching materials still travel with me wherever I go...
My computer prints are the equivalent of traditional printmaking techniques—in that the original design is conceived & executed on the computer, just as linoleum and woodcuts are done on the wood or linoleum block; the serigraph is done on the silk screen; the lithograph is done on the stone; the etching is done on the metal plate.