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Created in 2022 . Jazz is part of the series titled Color Abstractions. Its geometric linear shapes and bold colors were hand-painted in Procreate, a digital drawing and painting program. It is a limited edition of fifty 17x22, signed with a certificate of authenticity. Printed on Cold Press bright paper I started making digital art in 2001. Since then, most of my work has been with photographic images processed in Photoshop, Lightroom, and layered collage. Sometimes I combine digitally painted elements as highlights to bring a collage together. Classic painting has always been a love of mine, but the immediacy of digital photography has been my medium of choice most recently. This past winter of 2021, I began painting with an iPencil in Procreate, an online drawing and painting program. I first started painting in my teens but later lost interest in art school and changed my focus to film and photography, graduating with a BFA in Film from the Philadelphia College of Art. I never lost interest in painting, but out of practicality, I chose film and later advertising for my career. I found painting an excellent cathartic and continued to paint on weekends, taking various workshops and classes.  In July 2022, while recovering from Covid, I began a new series of digital abstract paintings titled "Color Abstractions." they are somewhere between Baohaus-style and Abstract-Expressionist. I am happy to be working in this way again. I print with an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 printer; the archival Chromium ink gives the color a rich and transparent value, allowing me to mix paints as if they were color gels. The printing itself can take a great deal of time because each painting has many colors and responds differently on paper stock. I have been getting good results with Epson exhibition archival Cold Press bright paper to print on.