Art of Pixelism
abstract pixelism 'paintings' are images of contemplation which express
the artist's feelings for both the natural, external world and the fascinating,
inner world of the psyche. Exploring this computer generated visual
media provides him with an exciting additional avenue for artistic expression.
More of this art will shortly be added to the gallery as it becomes
the work of the eminent Swiss psychologist Carl Jung opened Richard's
mind to other aspects of his own psyche, driven by a fascination with
the psychologist's theories of the collective unconscious as well as
his notion of the archetype and the concept of paradox. The significance
and symbolism of mandala art also left a lasting impression and the
desire to create in purely visual terms became irresistible.
abstract computer art belies its manmade technological source. It is
full of life and bursting with the ever surprising colours of nature.
Whether it is suggesting the marine kaleidoscope that lives around the
coral reef, speaking with the vivid hues of birds in a rainforest, or
portraying some mysterious, pagan moonlit landscape, this art is truly
at once in touch with both the soul of our cosmic environment and our
a choice of baroque music performed on synthesizer by Richard Hill while
you scroll through the artwork below.
from Sonata Seconda per Trombetta Sola - Giovanni Viviani 100
seconds MP3 sample (783k)
Movement from Concerto for two violins in D minor - JS Bach 100
seconds MP3 sample (792k)
VI Pian'e Forte a8 - Giovanni Gabrieli 100
seconds MP3 sample (793k)
from Music for His Majesty's Sackbuts & Cornetts - Matthew Locke
81 seconds MP3 sample (678k)
in D minor - JS Bach 100 seconds MP3
object of attraction
digital artworks on display here are the copyright of Richard Hill.