Local artist Ben Thompson shares about his work with digital images from the series, “Prelinger Music Videos”. “I’m a first year UCSC student majoring in Film and Art History. I produce a fairly steady output of digital art, primarily through the medium of video. Using footage from Prelinger Archives, an online database of thousands of […]
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UCSC alum, Linda A. Levy has been an active member of the Santa Cruz arts community for over 40 years, and is currently a Santa Cruz County Arts Commissioner. She creates digital paintings using Corel’s Painter, exploring texture after texture to create paintings that look freshly dried. See more of Linda’s work here.
UCSC Alumni, Teresa Richardson, is a digital illustrator whose captivating work is inspired by another form of art–cinema! “Most of my drawings, paintings, and animations come from scenes in movies or music videos. I am drawn to characters in film that have private moments on screen. As a kid I was always absorbed and affected […]
I know that it’s a little late in the afternoon for Saturday Morning Cartoons, but after all, it is summer. This is a digital sketch done in recollection of a moment. I call it “The Gaze” because The Gaze is the subject of the image, rather than the self-referential face, or the party-like scene around it. […]
I’ve been taking a figure painting class at UCSC with Professor Noah Buchanan, which has been overwhelming me with inspiration. Aside from making a few off-credit paintings in my free time, I now have the option to make digital paintings like this one, which I call, simply, Nude Peace. Although somewhat of a test run, […]