There are piles of framed archival prints of my digital work stacking up around
my studio in preparation for this big exhibition. Most of them have never been
brought into the "real" (tangible) world before, and I am reminded again of how
much work it is to transform an image from the medium of light on a screen into
an acceptable reflective print. On the other hand, it's been very exciting and gratifying
to see these works printed out big and framed, and looking so good.
The image here on the invitation card is a hybrid, starting with a pastel painting,
which was scanned and transformed in the computer. The final print was worked
over with pastels again.
Nancy Freeman has a decades-long fascination with digital art which she supports by painting portraits and teaching various art subjects. Right now she devotes most of her creative time to digital art because it's so satisfying.