Digital Art: new, fast online exhibits
Fri, 22 May 98 05:03:11 EST


You are invited to view three online digital art exhibits by Rick Doble, designed specifically for the
Internet. All sites are free and non-commercial. Most sites load very fast and include original
animation. Doble has a Masters Degree in Communications and has been a professional and
exhibiting photographer for 30 years. More background information is available at the sites.
"Digital Visuals" - This general page links to all the sites listed below. Bookmark this page; as new
sites are added and modified, links will be announced and updated here.
"Snowflake Splendor" - An exhibit of colorful magnified snowflakes derived in part from the work of
W. A. Bentley. This site has received praise from around the world.
"The Digital Rambler" - These undoctored photos were taken with a Casio QV-100 camera. What
you see (in most cases) is exactly what was in the camera. This site is for a different kind of imagery
that is fast, spontaneous and unmanipulated.
"Woman in Motion" - digital imagery from a museum exhibit. These tasteful nude figure studies were
derived in part from the work of Eadweard Muybridge.

Also read these essays about art by Rick Doble:
Thoughts about using a digital camera.
Thoughts about art in the 21st century.
Extensive essay and interview about the future of art with a fictitious renegade by the name of Kirk