I have been creating 3D computer graphic art since the mid 90's when Bryce was first released. I have been a web programmer and site designer, but have always found time for creating art. As 3D art software has advanced, I have been upgrading my tools and honing my artistic skills. Recently I have been teaching a series of 3D computer art classes for a local charter school, and these have been well received by young people. I am in the process of reaching out to budding artists of all ages, and establishing my presence as an artist online. I wish to make my art more widely known and available, and am in the midst of polishing my images for large scale printing. Some of them will be showing up here one by one.
I currently reside in the far northern mountains of California among the beauty of forested land, drawing inspiration from my surroundings.
In my art, I seek to create digital paintings, and not to attempt to create photo realism. I wish to realize the potential for the 3D computer art medium to create powerful, luminous surrealistic images and virtual landscapes. I explore spiritual visions, alternate realities, faraway planets, and possible pasts and futures in my images.
Diana Morningstar joined Fine Art America on November 5th, 2010.