Fine Digital Art
I create art! All kinds all ways. My favorite kind of art is digital art and my favorite way to create art is with computer software. I like to call my work Fine Digital Art. I know that’s not a thing yet, it will be. I specialize in impressionism, landscapes, abstract art, portrait art and music inspired art. I work with an online editor called PicMonkey, Corel, Serif and several Adobe applications.
Portrait art is digital art inspired by people who touch my heart in some way. Shop portrait art prints and learn how to make your own portrait art.
City art, or cityscapes, is inspired by great cities and the people that make them great. Shop city art prints and learn how to make your own city art.
Landscape art of woodlands, mountains, coastlines, seascapes, cityscapes, wildflowers, lakes, gardens and rivers. Shop art prints, learn with art tutorials
Shop Fine Digital Art Prints
Buy Fine Digital Art Prints and Canvas.. Visit the Fine Art America Store page and check out the artwork available for sale. I create fine digital art prints, canvas, metals, acrylics and greeting cards.
My art print collections carry Cityscapes, Landscapes, abstract art, portrait art, layer art and lots of conceptual art. Easy to navigate, expert materials and great prices make FAA an great choice.
Digital Art Tutorials
Learn how to make your own digital art with my digital art tutorials. Get the basics about computer software, photo editors and printing options.
I use PicMonkey online photo editor to make my overlay artwork. I find it the easiest to use and I know the layout really well. PicMonkey is a great beginners tool.
Fine Digital Artwork
The fine digital artwork shown here is called Spirograph layer art, it’s digital art inspired by the old spirograph discs and colored pens. After making my spirograph shapes, I gave them a 3D art layer effect and voila, spirograph art. I think these are beautiful and will be making more.