Digital Frontiers: Photographic Art in the Age of Pixels
Works by Preston Newell, Gail Dohrmann, Russ Dohrmann, , Bruce Henderson, Murth Murthy, Cary Wolfson, Virginia “Ginger" Lee Zukowski, BDA Gallery Curator Thomas Walsh.
On View January 15 - April 30, 2017
Opens Friday, March 10th, 5:30 - 8:00 PM
Boulder Digital Arts is proud to be a 2017 venue for the biennial celebration “Denver Month of Photography.
While some photorealistic paintings are exceptionally fine art, far from all great paintings are photorealisms. Likewise, far from every great photograph is a pure depiction of what stood before the camera. Digital imagery provides a host of opportunities that were not previously available to photographers. With software post-processing, tools are now available for transforming straightforward depictions into as large a range of expressions as those historically available to painters. Boulder Digital Arts’ Denver Month of Photography exhibit, “Digital Frontiers: Photographic Art in the Age of Pixels,” presents the work of 8 artists, each with their own vision and techniques for taking photography into this exceptional realm.
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