EBSQ Spotlight on Digital Art: Carolyn Schiffhouer

This month’s featured gallery is Digital Art. Digital Art is not defined by one genre or style but rather the means used to create it. With the advance of digital tools and software, anything is possible. Like any medium, Digital Art requires the talent, patience, skill, and creativity of the artist to come alive. Digital Art is limited only by the imagination (and skill) of the artist. This month we are going to take a few moments to catch up with some of EBSQ’s Digital artists.

Carolyn Schiffhouer

Red Tulip - Carolyn Schiffhouer
I was drawn to digital art by the challenge of creating art using a computer.  To be able to wrestle with the limitations of the technology and come out successful is the greatest fun to me.  I love taking an image and seeing just what can be done to it using the computer.  It is exciting fun to experiment and see  what happens when you do this or that to a bare photo or scanned image. It is a total experience to take an idea, find an image that might work and create something new within the boundaries of the computer.  The challenge of creation and the beauty of a final image drew me to digital art and keeps me exploring and exploring. – Carolyn Schiffhouer

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