cutting edge contemporary art
Technology Art

Art work submissions for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Digital Art Technology
Vivid color and smooth shapes in semi-transparent layers

The art goes beyond manipulate technology, but rather, expands on the elements of creating Contemporary Art using these tools
Bordered cells of variant colors and gradations of colo

Museum quality contemporary art, $5,000-$8,000 each
A format developed from large scale originals that consist of multiple canvases
Alchemic Art introduces three new series by

Lucid | Fractal | Modulus

JONHOMMER’s imaginative art demonstrates the mechanics of an architect and the insight of an abstractionist, testing and experimenting within the precincts of his technical medium. His use of multiple canvas panels brings an extension of energy to the surface of his large works.
His Art combines vivid and semi transparent layers of color filtered and compressed in highly stylized formations of detailed shapes and contours. His use of embedded patterns offers a diverse connection between the colors and the structure within each piece.

Series presented in dye based ink on canvas

Multiple Canvas presentation, $5,000-$8,000 each
Originals, Limited editions and Multiples
Technology based Art
Availability not guaranteed
Emerging Art collections - MOMA, Whitney, Guggenheim, Getty...Artists who are attempting to strip the stigma attached to the use of technology or a given device for Creating Contemporary Art
The Getty museum, Guggenheim Museum, MoMA, Whitney Musuem and home of emerging artists Technology based Art Alchemic Art - Beyond Contemporary Art Technology Locate Art Dealers that exhibit Originals and multiples Similar to Colorfield painting, creating washed color layers from mists of color using dye based ink on canvas. Atoll - An example of symmetry and patterns creating a larger focal point from the sum of their parts. Big oversized presentations carried across multiple canvases Art work submissions for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Featured works by Jasper Johns, JonHomer, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Kosuth, Bruce Nauman, Lawrence Weiner,