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|Seth Lew||Biography: Male, b. 1974-
Entire body of work, Curriculum Vitae, supporting links, Online at:
1988-1992: Tottenville High School
1993-1994: University of Rhode Island
1996-1998: Ithaca College
An Artist of 15 years. Creating most of my recent art on the computer. With the help of my digital cameras, scanner, printers and the internet. I endeavor to make great fine art. I push forward to the future, while finding help from the past. I strive to get all my distractions out of the way, to better get my artistic ideas across. Lately my art is unfolding to new and exciting horizons. I harness "the digital" to my advantage. It gives me great freedoms. The modern computer has opened new and exciting avenues to artists. It's impact will be felt for years to come. But for all the digital hoopla, the computer is still a tool. It still requires a talented artist working the tool. Country: United States Birthyear: 1974 Galleries: Feb 14-March 28th 2004- Group show, First Annual Open Show at the Art Lab, Staten Island, NY, 2004
July 9th to 30th 2003 - Group show, Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences. Artwork "morals" won the contest to be in the show. Juror, Edward Earle, curator of Digital Media, International Center for Photography, NY. Artist discussed in coverage of the show in "The Sandpaper".
April 27th 2003 - Art won contest to be in a future version of the [R]-[R]-[F] - Festival This is an online festival as well as a physical festival.
August 15th-26th, 2002 - Art on the theme of "violence" shown at the "Violens" Festival Tábor (Czech Republic). Winning submission shown on "Violens" Festival Tábor online gallery from the 15th-26th. Event was organized by CESTA (Cultural Exchange Station in Tábor).
May 21st 2002 - Works chosen to be shown at online gallery of a-virtual-memorial.org , in the "Memorial of the victims of Aids" and "Memorial for the victims of terror"
1996-1998 - Works chosen to show at the 'State of The Art' Gallery, Ithaca, NY
Awards: 1991 - New York State English Council calendar contest winner, artwork accepted for show in October section of the calendar. Artist appears in Staten Island Advance
1991 - artwork awarded first place for 'American Cancer Society' 1991 anti-smoking calendar (in high school category), article about The Artist in the Staten Island Advance
1992 - Single recipient of 1992 'Eugene Greenberg Memorial Art Award' . Bestowed at Graduation Ceremony from Tottenville High School.
Media: computer or digital art, Digital Photograph with 3-D Generated Model Style: expressionistic Subjects: people, portraits and characters, Skyscapes, Vistas, Landscapes|