Project Views
571
Appreciations
118
Followers
18
Following
3
w.s.webster, formally trained as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship in offset lithography — he was introduced to computers in the mid 80s. From there he began making art using atoms and bits. The work that is being made now is comprised of abstractions and extractions from the graphical nature of the world … Read More
w.s.webster, formally trained as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship in offset lithography — he was introduced to computers in the mid 80s. From there he began making art using atoms and bits. The work that is being made now is comprised of abstractions and extractions from the graphical nature of the world around him and those he creates. The work is neither narrative nor factual, but hopefully it is an expression of something true.
On atoms and bits: anything is not art, though anything can be used to make art.
Read Less
Member since: