Digital Art by Casey Kotas

 
 
 

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Casey Kotas

Digital Art by Casey Kotas

Chicago, IL

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Art and music have always held a great deal of fascination for me. The early and mid-20th century art movementsI, along with architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, and photographers like Ansel Adams, inspired me tremendously and I enrolled at the U of I, in the Art and Architecture Department. However, after a couple of years, I left school to pursue music, which recaptured my imagination at the time. My experiences ranged from electric blues to progressive jazz-rock to avant-garde jazz and experimental music. In the 80s, I discovered computers and realized I had an affinity for them, as well as an aptitude. After retiring my guitars, I immersed myself in the new technology. The logical extension of my creative urges resulted in my return to the visual arts after a number of years and I began doing graphical design work with occasional forays into artistic expression through the computer.

I see the computer as another tool in the arsenal, just like a paintbrush and paints, or a hammer and chisel. The technologies of printing and paper-making have progressed to the point where digital art is now on an equal footing with traditional methods. Extremely high resolution inkjet printers, archival inks, UV glasses and acrylics, and acid-free papers allow digital works to last as long as conventionally produced works without degradation or fading. Properly printed and framed pieces can be handed down from generation to generation as heirlooms. I find digital art as difficult to master, and just as satisfying to produce, as the more traditional forms of expression. I hope you enjoy experiencing it as much as I enjoyed creating it.

All work in this gallery is the original work of Casey Kotas. It is for sale, copyrighted to Casey Kotas and, as such, is protected by US and International Copyright laws.

 

Entanglements With the Monolith by Casey Kotas

 

Evocation by Casey Kotas

 

Livid Manifestations by Casey Kotas

 

Terminating Turpitude by Casey Kotas

 

Vitreous Inanity by Casey Kotas

 

Composition For Coltrane by Casey Kotas

 

Anointment by Casey Kotas

 

Dragonheart by Casey Kotas

 

Sensual Manifestations by Casey Kotas

 

Describing Descartes by Casey Kotas

 

Recollections of the Revenant by Casey Kotas

 

Uncomfortable Enigma by Casey Kotas

 

Sensorial Cognizance by Casey Kotas

 

DaVinci's Musings by Casey Kotas

 

Ancestral Monolith by Casey Kotas

 

Cranial Supernova by Casey Kotas

 

Heterodox by Casey Kotas

 

Relationship With the Monolith by Casey Kotas

 

Issuance of the Metropole by Casey Kotas

 

Cenogenesis by Casey Kotas

 

Surmising the Potentialities by Casey Kotas

 

Psychic Malapropisms by Casey Kotas

 

Synergetic Hypothesis by Casey Kotas

 

Examining Virtuosity by Casey Kotas

 

Ennui To Apathy by Casey Kotas

 

Eons Ago by Casey Kotas

 

Spinally Activated by Casey Kotas

 

Mental Squirrel Cage by Casey Kotas

 

Monolith and Friends by Casey Kotas

 

Inexplicable Convergence by Casey Kotas

 

Sensorial Paroxysm by Casey Kotas

 

A Question of Balance by Casey Kotas

 

Parallelism 1 by Casey Kotas

 

Song for Santana by Casey Kotas

 

The Age of Intellectual Ascension by Casey Kotas

 

Parallelism 2 by Casey Kotas

 

The Liquidity of Thought by Casey Kotas

 

Orthography of the Chant by Casey Kotas

 

Archaean by Casey Kotas

 

Outlandish With Feeling by Casey Kotas

 

Torn Asunder by Casey Kotas

 

Aureate-5 by Casey Kotas

 

Galileo's Muse by Casey Kotas

 

Momentary Intimacy by Casey Kotas

 

Desiderata Exchange by Casey Kotas

 

Surveillance State by Casey Kotas

 

Evanescing Emanations by Casey Kotas

 

Restricting the Flow of Insignificance by Casey Kotas