Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The artists in this exhibit are: Ron Belanger, Charlie Anne Breese, Kira Carrillo Corser, Celia Durand, Joan Everds, Ursula Freer, Henry Heerschap, Valerie Samuel Henderson, Kris Hodson Moore, Dolores Glover Kaufman, Marc Kitaen, Beverly Larock, Kat Larsen, Kaz Maslanka, Joe Nalven, Sfona Pelah, Jill Rowe, Renata Spiazzi, Mel Strawn, Michael Sussna, Pasha Turley, John Valois, Michael Wright, Lee Zasloff.

Here is a sampling of the imagery in the exhibit, representing the diversity of contemporary art in digital media.

Artists:  Henry Heerschap (Upper Left); Michael Wright (Upper Right);
 Dolores Glover Kaufman (Lower Left); Jill Rowe (Lower Right)

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Welcome to the Digital Art Guild's 2014 Exhibit: Filters and Masks

The Digital Art Guild has been exhibiting in San Diego since 2003. 

DAG's members create contemporary art in digital media whether composed with fractals, painting, photography, or mixed media - sometimes presented on video monitors, paper, canvas, metal. duratrans or other creative expressions.  Their visions tap into the same creative well as past and present artists, sometimes layered as collage or montage or sometimes limited to what is seen on a two-dimensional plane. 

For 2014, DAG presents a juried exhibit titled Filters and Masks.  Not only do we filter reality and wear a variety of public and private faces, but as artists we dip into digital toolsets that provide other ways of framing reality. Like all the arts - visual and plastic, there are multiple layers of meanings, metaphoric and literal. The artists in this exhibit play with these ideas and invite the audience to play along and enjoy their visions. 

Exhibit Organizers

Joe Nalven / Pasha Turley


Chantel Paul

Assistant Curator
Museum of Photographic Arts
San Diego, California, USA

Chantel Paul is the Assistant Curator at the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA).
 She has curated a number exhibitions at MOPA, including Kevin Cooley: Elements (2013), Staking Claim: A California Invitational (2013) and its accompanying catalog, Unusual Suspects: The Paintings and Photographs of Holly Roberts (2012) and Eyes of a Nation: A Century of American Photography (2012). Ms. Paul co-curated the NEA funded traveling exhibition Streetwise: Masters of 60s Photography (2011), along with the accompanying exhibition catalog. She is currently working on After Ansel Adams, which will be on display at MOPA this summer.