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Jim Plaxco - Artist

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Jim Plaxco is a digital artist and photographer who works with 2D software, 3D software, his own custom graphics software, and photography, both film and digital, to create digital art.   His introduction to computer art occurred in 1982 when he enrolled in the first graduate level course in computer graphics offered by the Northern Illinois University Art Department.   Since then he has created digital art on a variety of platforms with a wide variety of software.   Jim specializes in abstract, algorithmic, and astronomical art.   As a Solar System Ambassador for the NASA Jet...more
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I'll be teaching the class Building an Online Presence: The Internet for Artists and Photographers for the Barrington Cultural Arts Center Sept. 21. The class will be held at The Garlands Of Barrington - Theater At The Garlands. Registration is requi... 

The Northwest Cultural Council will host an Artistís Reception and Poetry Reading on Saturday July 17, 2010 from 1:00 to 3:00pm. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. The artistís reception and poetry reading will be held at the Arlin... 

My image Martian Sand Ripples is the cover art for the current issue of The Mars Quarterly, the zine of the Mars Society. Available to members only, a preview version is available here. Jim  

Quantum Moon Print

February 17th, 2009

Added Quantum Moon as an open edition print here at FAA. For signed, limited edition prints, see Quantum Moon Signed Limited Edition  

Moon Assembly Required Print

February 2nd, 2009

Hello everyone, I have just added a new space art print to both my web site and to Fine Art America. Moon: Assembly Required is an impression of the birth of our Moon. For more information, about this print see the Moon: Assembly Required Prin... 

My Principal Digital Art Blog

February 2nd, 2009

Hello Everyone, Earlier today I came across the Fine Art America web site for the first time and immediately decided to join. While I do intend to post occasionally to the blog that is made available to members of Fine Art America, my primary...