When Crayons Melt

When Crayons Melt

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

All Digital Paintings in the following Series are pigment ink on archival paper.

Duality

Duality

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Chess on Venus

Chess on Venus

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Euphoric Beachball

Euphoric Beachball

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Dancing Through Space

Dancing Through Space

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Longevity

Longevity

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Portal

Portal

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series New POP Abstract

Climate Change

Climate Change

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract

Comtemplating Joy

Comtemplating Joy

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Tranquility

Tranquility

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Feather

Feather

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Floating

Floating

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Happy

Happy

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Marble on Stand

Marble on Stand

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

Razzle Dazzle

Razzle Dazzle

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

Flight of the Bumblebee

Flight of the Bumblebee

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

Happy

Happy

60" x 57"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

Third Eye Dancing

Third Eye Dancing

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Bonsai

Bonsai

60” x60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Jour Pour La Nuit

Jour Pour La Nuit

60” x 60”

Digital Pinting

Series: New POP Abstact

Night and Day

Night and Day

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Oro

Oro

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: “New POP Abstract”

The Heart  of Gaia

The Heart of Gaia

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Copyright2018 Elaine Sigwald All Rights Reserved

Gaia's Gold

Gaia's Gold

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

E=mc2

E=mc2

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Energy is equal to matter multiplied by the speed of light squared.

Mathematical Abstraction

Mathematical Abstraction

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

©2018 Elaine Sigwald All Rights Reserved

Contemplation

Contemplation

60” x 60”

Digital Painting

Series New POP Abstract

Oz

Oz

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

Eclipse

Eclipse

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

Paridise Guardian of the Portal

Paridise Guardian of the Portal

60” x60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Good Fortune

Good Fortune

60" x 60"

Digital Painting

Series: "New POP Abstract"

Good Fortune Closeup

Good Fortune Closeup

Digital Painting

copyright2018ElaineSigwald all rights reserved

Venus Circa 2020

Venus Circa 2020

60” x60”

Digital Painting

Series: New POP Abstract

Ghost In The Machine

Ghost In The Machine

48" x 48"

Series:THINK

All Digital Paintings in series are pigment ink on Archival paper

©2017ElaineSigwald All Rights Reserved

The "Ghost" in the machine represents all of us who rage against the machine and are the hope for a better world for all the inhabitants of this glorious planet we call home.

My process, I start by sitting in front of a computer screen staring. When the inertia lifts I pick up my mouse and start to paint freehand. At times I paint with my eyes closed in the automatic painting style of the Surrealists. Sometimes like the French artist Andre Masson 1896–1987 who used pen and paper, I let my mouse travel rapidly across my work table without conscious control of what I am creating on the screen creating, "Automatic Drawings". Other times my movements are very calculated and mathematical.  Some of my paintings take over 100 hours to complete. For me digital painting is akin to being in front of an easel except no toxic chemicals are involved.  

How A Humming Bird See The World

How A Humming Bird See The World

48" x 48"

Series: "THINK"

Humans have three cones in their eyes that determine how they see color. Humming Birds have five one can only imagine how spectacular the world they see must be.

Digital Painting pigment ink on Archival paper

©2017ElaineSigwald All Rights Reserved

Homage to the Prometheus Tree

Homage to the Prometheus Tree

48" x 48"

Series: "THINK"

The tree, called Prometheus, took root at the dawn of the Bronze Age, centuries before the ancient Egyptians began construction on the pyramids at Giza. It outlasted the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, European colonialism, the Mexican-American War and the creation of the atom bomb. But it didn't survive the chainsaw that felled it on Aug. 7, 1964, at the request of a scientist who wanted to study the tree's rings.

 

©2017ElaineSigwald all Rights Reserved

Black Holes and Gravitational Waves

Black Holes and Gravitational Waves

48" x 48"

Series: "THINK"

Gravitational waves were predicted by Albert Einstein in 1918, as part of his theory of general relativity. Finding them would confirm a big part of that theory and would also be the first step toward a new way of observing the cosmos. Black holes and neutron stars are too dim to be seen by modern telescopes, but researchers might be able to measure the gravitational waves they produce. 

On the 100 anniversary of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, scientists say they have proven the existence of gravitational waves the ripples in space-time that stem from objects moving throughout the Universe. This is a major scientific break through.

Vesuvius

Vesuvius

50" x 36"

Vesuvius

Vesuvius

Close-up

Waterfall

Waterfall

H 96" x W 44"

Digital Painting

Inspired by the waterfall in Tahquitz Canyon Palm Springs California

Fishing on Elysium

Fishing on Elysium

H 48" x W 48"

This digital painting is part of the, "Other Worlds" series which reference my lifetime fascination with exploring the infinite possibilities of parallel universes and what their worlds and the beings that populate them might look like. I'll always remember reading the Dr Zeus book, "Horton Hears a Who" to my daughter Kim and thinking this is how I see myself, an incalculably minute being living on a spinning orb in the middle of unfathomable darkness in the vastness of space. As a child I often wondered why I never fell off, that was before I learned about gravity. My hopes are that the viewers of this series might themselves be inspired to ponder the infinite possibilities afforded to all sentient beings and wonder who's out there and what are they doing.

The Tzar's Egg

The Tzar's Egg

H 44' x W 60"

Digital Painting

"The Tzar's Egg" references, Tzar's Nicholas II the last Emperor of Russia and his tradition of presenting his wife Alexandra Feodorovna with priceless Faberge eggs for all important occasions.

 

Black Hole

Black Hole

H 28" x W 84"

Digital Painting

Series: "Other World's"

Inside the Matrix of Things

Inside the Matrix of Things

H - 72" x W - 65"

Digital Painting

The Heart of the Machine

The Heart of the Machine

60" x 60"

Ovid on Stand

Ovid on Stand

H 40" x W 52"

Digital Painting

 

©2015 Elaine Sigwald

OZ

OZ

H 40" x W 60"

Digital Painting

 

©2015 Elaine Sigwald

Visage

Visage

H 63" x W 50"

Digital Painting

©2017ElaineSigwald All Rights Reserved

Portal Between Parallel Universes

Portal Between Parallel Universes

60" x60"

Series: Other Worlds

Digital Painting

The 9th Dimension

The 9th Dimension

H 36" x W 108"

Series: Other Worlds

Digital Painting

 

©2017ElaineSigwald All Rights Reserved

Harmonic Convergence

Harmonic Convergence

H 40" x W 60"

Series: Other Worlds"

Digital Painting

Road Map Keplar-22b

Road Map Keplar-22b

H 40" x W 60"

Series: "Other Worlds"

Digital Painting

Kepler-22b is the first extra-solar planet, or exoplanet, that the Kepler Space Telescope found in the habitable zone of its star. It is believed to be a promising spot to search for life.

Announced in 2011, the planet is estimated at 2.4 times larger in diameter in Earth, with a comfortable average surface temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22 degrees Celsius).

Lake Keplar 22b

Lake Keplar 22b

H 48" x W 57"

Series: "Other Worlds"

Digital Painting

Dragon's Path

Dragon's Path

H 45" x W 69"

Digital Painting

Pigment inks on archival paper

Paris Rising

Paris Rising

H 48" x W 62"

Digital Painting

Tribute and in solidarity with all Parisians after the horrific terrorist attack November 13th, 2016. "We are all Parisians"

Metamorphosis of an Orb

Metamorphosis of an Orb

H 56" x W 48"

Digital Painting

Negative space within a solid breaking free.

The Wave

The Wave

H 47" x W 60"

Digital Painting pigment ink on archival paper

Walking Fish

Walking Fish

H 48" x W 43"

Digital Painting, pigment ink on archival paper

Jellyfish Mariana Trench

Jellyfish Mariana Trench

H 66" x W 46"

Digital Painting, pigment ink on archival paper

The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the world's oceans. It is located in the western Pacific Ocean, an average of 200 kilometers (124 mi) to the east of the Mariana Islands, in the Western Pacific East of Philippines.

Natalie

Natalie

H 61" x W 45"

Digital Painting

 

©2015 Elaine Sigwald All Rights Reserved

Rocket Man

Rocket Man

H - 48" x W - 48"

Series: "THINK"

Digital Painting

 

Requiem for Rocket Man

Requiem for Rocket Man

H - 48" x W - 48"

Series: THINK

Digital Painting

I'm a rocket man
Rocket man
Burnin' out this fuse
Up here alone

Songwriters: ELTON JOHN, BERNARD J.P. TAUPIN

Rocket Man lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

 

 

When Robots Dream

When Robots Dream

H 38.5" x W 84"

Digital Painting pigment ink archival paper

Curtain Call

Curtain Call

H 50" x W 48"

Digital Painting

 

©2015 Elaine Sigwald All Rights Reserved

Van Gogh's Shoes

Van Gogh's Shoes

H 40" x W 60"

Digital Painting

 

©2015 Elaine Sigwald

The Tempest

The Tempest

H 48" x W 72"

Digital Painting

 

©2015 Elaine Sigwald

Yin Yang

Yin Yang

Each image H 45' x W 33"

Digital Painting

 

©2015 Elaine Sigwald