Contemporary Digital Artworks by Alan King.

 

Alan King is an experienced multi-media artist born in London in 1952. He moved away from London in 1977 and after nearly 30 years living and exhibiting in Milton Keynes moved to Bloxworth during the summer of 2005.

 

Alan King's style of drawing and computer techniques are currently considered the art of graphic design. Graphic design is the term for making art with the combination of drawing skills and computer skills. The drawing aspect leaves in the art aspect while the computer portion allows the artist to make some odd, yet intriguing, images with much more clarity than old fashioned drawing and painting can provide.

 

 

 

Alan King's skill combined with his own natural sense of creativity enables him to freely express what is in his minds eye at the point of creation. This results in some strong, vibrant and vividly surreal images which reminds one of the landscapes of the prominent Surrealist painters, but with a definite contemporary edge to them.

 

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