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A Digital Artists Evolution

June 7th, 2015

A Digital Artists Evolution

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Today SOUL talks to a celebrated Digital Artist, Dolores Kaufman from USA, who has received numerous awards while exhibiting her work both in the U.S. and various other venues around the world. In 2012, she was chosen one of 17 Grand Masters of Digital Art by MOCA: the Museum of Computer Art. In addition, her work has been featured in numerous publications.

S: Who is Dolores Kaufman? Tell us something about yourself?

DK: Hmm, I am a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art and Case Western Reserve University. I began my career as a visual artist with a one woman show at the Women’s City Club Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio. My early works were large colorful abstracts, but within a few years I became caught up in the excitement of photography and never looked back, well, at least not with a paintbrush. . . . . . . . . .

ACCEPTED-Body Language

March 27th, 2014

ACCEPTED-Body Language

There were over 1100 pieces entered through the call for art, and George Herms selected 86 for the exhibition. Mr. Herms spent a total of 12 hours over two days selecting pieces for the exhibition. The show runs from April 5th to May 17, 2014 - with openings on April 5th and May 3rd from 6-10 p.m. at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (O.C.C.C.A) gallery located in the heart of Santa Ana California's Artist Village. "Offering" by Dolores Kaufman is one of the images selected for the exhibition.

Artist D.G.Kaufman Receives A STELLER ART AWARD

January 1st, 2014

Artist D.G.Kaufman Receives A STELLER ART AWARD

Digital Art: California : “True Colors 2” reprises the color sensation of our first “True Colors” show. The images here deftly weave colors that range from eye-grabbing brights to soft pastels, from natural earth tones to mysterious deep hues. The many stunning images in this show come from around the world, representing 83 accomplished digital artists and photographers from 20 countries. (more…)