Digital Still Life
“My first digital experiments included attempts to create still life pictures inspired by Monet,” said artist and photographer, T.M. Glass.
“After 60 years of flatness, I decided that it was time for digital painting to bring a return to the illusion of depth.”
Using digital software, Glass began enhancing her pieces digitally the same way other artists might enhance their art using paint.
Technology tools help Glass mix colors, collage bits of images, and add or subtract from her works.
In her series, Art on Paper, T.M. Glass brings an entirely new twist to the historic still life flower painting.
Photo: T.M Glass
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