May 11 2014 Difference 5
May 11 2014 Difference 5

May 11 2014 Difference 5

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This digital artwork was printed on Kodak Endura Metallic paper on reverse side of Plexiglas. This is a newer process where metallic paper is bonded directly to back of plexiglas. It was created using fractal software with Photoshop. Framed with black aluminum / Plexiglas. 

Digital artist's proof.

32" W x 24" H

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Paul Pinzarrone


STATEMENT
This work is a study of how nature and power rhyme. These are snapshots of what is under the surface: seductive gardens, playgrounds, sensual and scary things…. some frightening. Are they microscopic or large enough to climb inside?  You are invited in to explore and play.
Process Remarks:
This work is digital.... I use CAD [computer-aided-design] software, fractal software, painting software and digital photography to show you what we don't pay attention to. Some of the work is printed on aluminum via photographic process, some printed on metallic film and bonded to the reverse side of clear Plexiglas. Some pieces are printed at high resolution on smooth paper and teased with acrylic. Craftsmanship counts. 

BIOGRAPHY
Education:

BFA Painting, University of Illinois, Highest Honors 1973
Listed:
Who's Who in American Art (Cattell Press) 1976-
Instructor/Lecturer:
Rock Valley College, Rockford Il 1975-1978
Rockford College, Rockford Il 1976
University of Miami (Visiting Lecturer) Miami Fl 1977
Awards:

1989 Air Brush Digest Annual
1984 Art Institute Juried Biennial Spires, Chicago 
1982,1975 Illinois Professional Exhibition, Springfield, Illinois 
1981 Illinois Arts Council Purchase Award, Chicago
1980 Rock Island Juried, Rock Island, Illinois 
1980 Beloit Juried, Beloit, Wisconsin
1976 1st Prize, Union League Juried, Chicago
1975 39th Butler National, Ohio
1975 Mainstreams 75, Marietta, Ohio
Selected Corporate and Public Collections:
Container Corporation of America
Borg Warner, Chicago, Illinois
Bank of Wisconsin, Janesville, Wisconsin
Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Massachusetts
Hope College, Holland, Michigan