Stoltzfus Digital Abstract Art - A "New" Style - A "New" Experience   

 A "New" Style - A "New" Art - A "New Experience

Stoltzfus Digital Abstract Art

 

SolidWorks CEO Bertrand Sicot (Left)
with
SolidWorks VP of Product Management - Fielder Hiss

Holding "Him & Her Airs"  Digital Abstract Art Created Using SolidWorks Design Software

Stoltzfus Digital Abstract Art

A "New" Style - A "New" Experience

Thank you for stopping by - Abstract art, as in many dimensions is viewed individually, interpreted individually and enjoyed individually.

 ******* Biography *******

The beautiful farmlands of Lebanon and Lancaster county Pennsylvania have inspired many Amish farmers to grow a bounty of crops, provide an abundance of dairy products, and many greenhouses and gardens are ablaze with all the colors nature can provide.

Sometimes nature is not the only one to provide a myriad of colors and designs and sometimes the Amish farmer can see and feel more than just sowing and reaping the harvest.
 
Art is not just part of life; art is life in its own way, state of mind, like being possessed with spirit of creativity. The most interesting part of creation is when you totally become unaware of your existence, you forget about your physical needs, you think, feel, you are what are creating, no matter if it is sculpture, painting or drawing.  Every single moment of an Artists life art is always with. You need a lot of work and dedication to achieve something marvelous and outstanding.  
 
When I immerse myself in the art form of abstract, the senses are alive and bloom as though mother nature herself were there. The colors and flow of this art form is exhilarating on one hand and calming on the other.
Take in the colors, flow with the form and contours and you will be transported to another dimension. Abstract art, as in many dimensions is viewed individually, interpreted individually and enjoyed individually.

Having used SolidWorks program since 1997 I just discovered in the spring of 2012, that I could create Digital Abstract Art. This was inspried by Shane McKenna from the Solidworks forum, and I thank you Shane.

 I am still looking at new directions & techniques with this software.