The Computer Art Of Linda Daireaux (FrenchKiss)

I have long admired the work of Linda Daireaux (known to her on-line friends as FrenchKiss). I am pleased to showcase some of her work for your viewing with her permission. Linda lives with her family near Paris, France. Linda creates beautiful 3D landscapes and vistas and creates great 3D Solid Growth Products and plants. You can visit her website at

New Creation - "Troubles"

My newest creation is titled Troubles.

Computer Art Of Anne Dubois

Anne's art is fun and whimsical, here is what she has to say: I have always loved all kinds of art. I got into drawing and painting when I was about 5 yrs old. My Dad used to sit me on the cupboard and let me watch him draw WW2 airplanes - Later, he would watch as I sketched things. Still to this day I love the old Spitfires, Hurricanes and Wildcats etc..... When I was about 20, I sold my first oil painting for $250.00 - and I was hooked again!(I wonder why?) lol I have always loved doing "detailed" work, like hair, ruffles, folds, etc. Now that I'm getting the hang of the Wacom pen and tablet - I have caught the fever again!!
Anne resides in Nova Scotia, Canada.

My First Art For Sale

This nature graphic is available as a poster or framed by clicking on the title above. This hopefully will be the first of many. It is the first that I have offered of my own that was not created for a client. The Old Mill is also available.

The Art Of Gina Pitkanen

Known as Ravnheart by her on-line friends, Gina Pitkanen lives in Finland and creates 3D art, 2D art created on a computer with photoshop and also takes great photographs. This is a sampling of her fantastic work.

I have always been interested in art even as a young child. Even then I was also a Poe fan but didnt know it yet. One of my first pictures was drawn in the cover of my dad's Complete works of Edgar Allan Poe =)About 5 years ago I got my first computer and then later I got into the graphics just to touch up my hand drawn works. Little did I know then there was a whole new world waiting just around the corner. Most people think that my nick name stands for having a black heart, this is not what my nick name stands for. I am part Cherokee Indian and really love ravens. So my nick name stands for having the heart of a Raven:)


I have long admired the work of Ilona Vozari and am pleased to showcase some of her work for your viewing with her permission. Ilona is a talented Brazilian woman who is crazy about life and design. These are some examples of her beautiful work. Ilona creates web sites, graphic design and computer graphics and 3D art.

Right Or Left Brain Use

If you see this lady turning in clockwise you are using your right brain.
If you see it the other way, you are using left brain.
Some people do see both ways, but most people see it only one way.

Click on Image to View Animation

See if you can make her go one way and then the other by shifting the brain's current. 

Experimentation has shown that the two different sides, or hemispheres, of the brain are responsible for different manners of thinking. The following table illustrates the differences between left-brain and right-brain thinking: 

 Left Brain                         Right Brain

Logical                                 Random
Sequential                           Intuitive 
Rational                              Holistic 
Analytical                            Synthesizing 
Objective                            Subjective 
Looks at parts                    Looks at whole
Most individuals have a distinct preference for one of these styles of thinking. Some, however, are more whole-brained and equally adept at both modes. In general, schools tend to favor left-brain modes of thinking, while downplaying the right-brain ones. Left-brain scholastic subjects focus on logical thinking, analysis, and accuracy. Right-brained subjects, on the other hand, focus on aesthetics, feeling, and creativity.

3D Art Of Franz Stake (FS)

Known by Web friends as FS, I have long admired the master work of Franz Stake (FS). This artist takes the ordinary and makes it extraordinary. These portraits show the ethnic beauty of all peoples and all ages. I thank Franz for the permission to present this Art. (Please note, these are not photos but completely created in 3D programs on a computer.)

Franz is an Electronics Engineer who lives in Germany and this art is his hobby.

The Artistic Photography Of Shari Workman

Shari is a wonderful artistic photographer from Minnesota. Much of her work showcases the beautiful countryside where she lives. See more of her work at
This video was made with Shari's permission.

Here is what Shari has to say about herself:
I am 40-something, married with children (3 teenagers), and live on 20 acres of beautiful countryside in rural Minnesota (Central).  Born and raised a city girl (In Minneapolis), I truly have grown to love the wide open spaces, wild life and nature.  The world really is a beautiful place.

I have always enjoyed taking pictures; only the last few years I have taken it a bit more seriously, and can now officially call it Photography.  I love animals, flowers and macro photography.  As of late, I have been turning my images more into photo art than anything.  I am in a mode where I want to fine tune every pixel, and yes, getting that fussy can drive me crazy, but, when I reach that point, I generally put the image in a 'In Progress" folder and start on another one.  A week later, I find there's absolutely nothing wrong with it, and tweak it a tad and upload it. 

Most of my images are taken with a Nikon D70. Some were taken with my handy little pocket-sized Sony Cybershot. The lenses I use with the Nikon is: 70-300mm, 18-70mm, and a 90mm Macro. Oh, and I also have a 2X for attaching to the 300mm.

I tend to postwork most of my photo's .. For that, I primarily use Photoshop CS II, PhotoImpact , Painter8, and various freebies such as Neat Image, Virtual Photographer, and others. Anyway, thank you for your interest.

Cityscapes In Watercolor By Dan McCole

The Cityscapes of Dan McCole. Boston artist Dan McCole creates cityscapes from a different viewpoint than most. His works will soon be showcased in a new DVD. Visit his website at

LOST - John Locke - Speed Painting by Nico Di Mattia

Great example of computer graphic art being drawn by Nico Di Mattia. This is a time lapse film that takes 5 minutes to watch. The drawing took 3 hours to create using a pen pad and photoshop on a computer.

I find this film amazing.

Say an Ave there for me - New Art

This is a new computer graphic I recently finished. It is called "Ave" and I hope you enjoy looking at it.
Click on the picture to see a larger view.

My Recent Video

This is the most recent video that I added to YouTube. It is the first one that I  have done showing my own art. Hope you like it.