DescriptionIn 2112, Jan Brewer IV the first transgendered CEO of AriNevUta redefined the term indigent to mean anyone who did not own shares in AriNevUta or Corporate States Alliance (CSA) or its member corporations. With this redefinition, AriNevUta increased its labor pool with minimal increases in overhead costs. Once identified as an indigent a person got assigned to one of several ACIPC (AriNevUta Corporate Indigent Persons Complex) facilities, all personal property was confiscated and sold at auction to pay for initial housing, nutrition, clothing, and healthcare. AriNevUta would rent out its labor force to other members of the Corporate States Alliance (CSA). Indigents who were not active in the labor pool were offshored to refurbished oilrig platforms hundreds of miles from land. Thus making it almost impossible to leave AriNevUta to other parts of the world not part of the Corporate States Alliance (CSA).Original: 36'h x 48'w ink on Acrylic Skin: $864. Contact the artist for any information, pricing or shipping details. For sale by artist, please contact directly to purchase original Digi-Origi works or Limited editions. 2004-2010 All Rights Reserved Art BySilent Studio. Permission not implied nor given to use any work copyrighted by Art BySilent Studio unless expressly given by Art BySilent Studio.
Thomas Broadfoot III Art BySilent Fine Digital Artist
As a self-taught digital artist, I thrive on interpreting my ideas about our world and other worlds beyond, mixing reality and mystery by using tools of the 21st century to create art. My work has been influenced by my love of sci-fi stories, history, politics, science, and current events. While many of the landscapes appear to be photo-realistic, there are no photos used in creating the scenes. Among some of my greatest joys is the opportunity to create images that exist nowhere on this planet but within my own mind. Technology allows me to emulate traditional art media and techniques through several computer applications to create textures and shapes. I'm able to create and then assemble objects, skies, and terrains in the 3D graphics application, Vue.
Most of my images begin on a blank electronic canvas and expand layer upon layer. By creating my own vegetation, atmospheres, and terrains, I can then combine them into a myriad of land or seascapes. Just as any artist does, I pay particular attention to composition, color palette, lighting, and perspective. Every day I have dedicated time to creating art. I also keep up with new techniques via industry periodicals and internet research.
While my landscapes often remind viewers of places they recall, there is something intentionally otherworldly in the work. Collectors of my work appreciate it for its style, color, and textural appeal.
My current work investigates environmental devastation through surrealistic landscapes.