Shirley Kathan-Sayess' digital work merges art and computer technology. Working with a pressure-sensitive pen on a graphics tablet attached to her computer, she spends hours drawing, coloring, refining her images until she creates the piece that is in her head. For her, digital art is much like working with colored pencils or paint. Instead of paper, she works on a graphics board. Instead of colored pencils or paint, she draws and colors with pixels on a monitor.
Since her digital artwork is created on the computer, it must be printed out much as a print of an etching is pulled from an etched plate by running it through a press. She has the image printed as a Giclee on canvas, paper or metal. These are originals, not reproductions (as a Giclee print of a painting would be). Giclee prints may increase in value just as any other piece of original art.
Currently, Shirley is offering her work on many products through RedBubble.com and Society6.com. You can find her shops at:
All images are © Shirley Kathan-Sayess. All associated rights are reserved. Copying, altering, displaying or redistributing these images without her expressed written permission is strictly prohibited.