I have a few more pieces from the current exhibit at the Shemer Art Center. First one up is my favorite. This is called "Very Shy" by Howard D Settel. His artist statement says he discovered digital art at age 77 and has created a body of work using an electronic brush.
I need to investigate this type of art more deeply. It looks fascinating.
Next is a piece in Gauche, ink and pencil on paper by Rowan Mastendrea. He calls this one "Transit". What an incredible combination of patterns.
Here's one to make you feel a bit dizzy, especially if you stare at it too long. This one is by Cindy Snider and it's called "Candy Stripes". It is an acrylic painting. I can't imagine painting those lines so neatly.
This one looks similar to something I might doodle only not nearly this neatly. It is by Helen Judith Witt and is created with India ink.
This last one is for all the photographers out there. This is by Joanna Proffitt and she calls it "Connection". What a spectacular photograph of reflections.