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Created in 2022 . After painting this, I was at a loss as to what to name it and decided to go with Untitled, which is not that uncommon in the abstract art world. Like Jazz, Untitled 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.