On Saturday Dominic and I browsed the Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver. Three artists were noteworthy. Nanographic Arts, by George Clark and May Ann Clark, used scanning electron microscope images to create stimulating images. The second artist did sketches, and unfortunately I can’t track down his contact information. The one I liked was darkly humorous.
The third is John Harris, shown here, whose work includes paintings that look three dimensional. For example, the canvas showing the water looked rippled from a distance, so it was impressive to approach the canvas and see that it was flat. Here’s a link to his image gallery.