My son, John (or JP) has been invaluable in helping me to dive into this whole experience (re) Computer Generated Art. Losing my 2000 sq.ft. studio last year, forced me to re-evaluate possibilities which led to my deciding to quit painting and concentrate on The Computer as a "painting tool."
Giving myself a 3 year sabattical from painting, I asked JP if he'd like to "partner" with me in this new direction. With his enthusistic "Yes" I was introduced to an unknown world which he knew all about AND was quite expert in. My job was to create the stuff -- his job was to "schlep" the stuff. It's working beautifully.
SO, I, now, have a website (archer-art.com), a complete MAC set-up, with plenty of memory, an Epson 7600 printer, a 9x12 office w/2 work stations, and good storage. What more do I need?
AND, of course, many years of solid experience in producing real works of Art, not "eyewash."
As this "Grand Adventure" unfolds, I do hope you all will join me, question me, throw out ideas for me to ponder (I'll do the same for you), and be a part of this whole creative experience.
Let's have some fun!!!!! Best, Pat