Description This finished work is a digital reconstructed version of a traditional acrylic painting on illustration board created back around 1979. A photo of the original acrylic illustration was scanned onto a computer and reconstructed using Corel Painter and Corel Draw. Most of the artwork is still the same as the original with some touch up due to quality of scanned photo. Lettering wasa complete reconstruction in digital format.
Stephen Lo Piano, Rochester, New York Member Since October 2008 Artist Statement I have been interested in art since high school back in the late 1960's when I took up career training for commercial art. Continued learning traditional media artwork through a private school by mail correspondence for Advertising and Illustration Art. During the mid and late 1970's decided to abandoned my interest in finding a career in art since nothing was leading to anything that would create substantial income to make a living. Continued education in the military and after service pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. During this time my sights were still set on continuing art on available time and spent many hours working in volunteer activities while attending junior college along with an art gallery in the local community. Started free lancing again in the 1980's while employed full time in another occupation and sold a few things yet still nothing for a permanent career. In the year 2004 after ten years of no productivity in art I stumbled across graphic arts and started to learn this type of technology. Since then I have found a sincere interest in learning and pursuing through trial and error and practice on my own time. Here in this gallery you will see a sample of my results.