Phyllis Denton, digital artist and fine art photographer, has recently released several new works, ranging from floral to pop art subjects. Her style for handling color and subject matter show individuality and creativity. "My mind is always framing and viewing subjects through my brain, rather than my eyes alone." she states. "Sometimes a mundane scene or everyday subject, can be refreshed with a different background or a pop of color."
April 20th, 2015
Photographer and digital artist, Phyllis Denton, has released several new Pop Art selections to her fine art website. Strong colors abound, and the subject matter varies, but a peaceful mood prevails throughout her work, as is seen in Still Waters. The artist invites you to, "Imagine a world where color seems to glow, and life stands still. Imagine a place where water lays like glass. Imagine a splash of sunlight on fallen tree trunks, hidden in a place where stillness sings."
August 26th, 2014
Phyllis Denton, photographer and digital artist, has released for sale, a panorama photograph of historic bridges, done in her colorful pop art technique. Rich blues, reds, greens and yellows flood the eye as it travels along the length of this unusual art piece. "I find that many subjects are interesting, but lack that spark of color that one may be wanting for their walls. Pop art takes the mundane and lifts it to a level of electric excitement." Ms Denton commented.
August 4th, 2014
Phyllis Denton, photographer and digital artist, has recently released several new pop art designer prints, many with architectural subjects. Shown here is Cityscape Pop Art, a colorful scene depicting a city transit train with high-rise buildings, a US flag, and tv antennas in the background. Other new additions include a victorian house, an arched walkway, and western subjects, all done in the ever popular, brightly colored pop art genre.
June 16th, 2014
Phyllis Denton, photographer and digital artist, has just released Church Doors Pop Art, to her Pop Art Colors gallery. Strong fuchsias, blues purples, and greens come to life in this digital art photograph of three doorways from an historic church in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. "Sadly, the church burned several years ago, and all that is left is the outside shell.", states Ms Denton. "I feel that the only way to preserve this beautiful structure, now, is by our photographs."
To see more work by this artist please check her website.
June 15th, 2014
Phyllis Denton, photographer and digital artist, has released several new pop art prints to her Pop Art Colors gallery. "Sometimes an old building has a unique story, but lacks color. 'Pop Art' colors add zest and interest, and often accentuate detail.", explained Ms Denton. Her subjects range from western art to floral. To view this artist's unique work, please visit her website, or connect with her on Facebook.
April 30th, 2014
Phyllis Denton, photographer and digital artist, has released Very Green Orchids, a fine art print depicting two striking green orchids that are bursting forth from a digital frame. This unusual floral decorator artwork can be purchased framed,or unframed, on canvas, acrylic, or metal. To see more unique work by this artist, please visit her website.
April 30th, 2014
Phyllis Denton, photographer and digital artist, has released several new pieces of artwork, using the out-of-frame technique. These floral beauties, offering sharp detail and strong colors, are great eye-catchers for any home or office. Featured here is Cascading Tulips, with bright purples and pinks, offset by pure whites. To see more works by this talented artist, please visit her website.
January 2nd, 2014
Phyllis Denton, photographer and digital artist, has released, Elegant Gold Lace, a new gold leaf look photo manipulation depicting a pink mum and roses on a field of gold lace. One of several gold leaf look digital art manipulations being offered for sale as prints, framed or unframed, on canvas, acrylic or metal, this artwork boasts of elegance and color, and is a rare and unusual find in the world of designer art.