Gallery 2010 displays a different work each day for each artist
Dan Zen Art
Doodling - the ultimate in meta exploration
A doodle in a doodle in a doodle in a doodle in a doodle
Amy erases blankness with creative abstract growth
Scrap scrapping scraps and relish reveling revolutions
Ward captures the coil of cascading cast-offs with patterned poise
and brings legacy to lonely leavings and sultry splatters
Political, personal, mystical, magical
Haddad fuses us with our culture through a sense of recursion
A mood capture of Kelly's many loopy lamps
Designer extrodinaire gave up a hair for each brilliant bulb
Now its your turn to turn on the tin!
One look and you will finally become a believer in digital art
That is if you are not there already...
No scans, printed with Iris Giglée method and archival inks
A literary leopard majestically roming the jungles of the word
Shown is a small sampling of his spots...
"I've gone so far into abstract
that when I came out, everything that was true is no longer."
Try it - the same may be for you.
Two dozen collages by pop-psyche artist Gaven Dianda.
A co-founding member of the Figmentalisticanarianismists,
we'll let you figure their combined mystery.
Long-time friend Steve Mann spends a night "dusting" Dan Zen
An inventive process where Computer Steve in cyborg gear,
remotely controls multiple camera shots from a mobile flash
Exhibit features European graffiti by various artists
Superball Painter Clyk-Byk's shots of subversive and sizzling
squiggles shows he is a connoisseur as well as pop-art producer
The life of a fire follows ours in but merely an hour
Cauthery's pencil on paper captures the soul of the flame
A small sampling from Monte's 20 odd sketch journals
First shown as backdrop projection for space band, Thee Gnostics
Monte uses the sketches for larger works of oil on canvas
24 woodcut prints by Hamilton Artist, Greg Rennick
A world of parleying patterns where dramatic figures in
intriguing poses play out some unknown catastrophe or scandal
© 1995-2010, Dan Zen
mad inventor meets Internet finds peace