Ian HamiltonDecember 2000
A born digital artist, Ian Hamilton creates stunning and thought provoking images and entertaining Web sites.
© 2000 Ian Hamilton
Rudolf KahlNovember 2000
Nature has a harder time creating flawless diamonds than this month’s featured artist who lives in Amsterdam.
© 2000 Rudolf Kahl
Eric BramhillOctober 2000
Former Merchant Navyman, Eric Bramhill has a fine eye for detail. It’s hard to believe when Eric says he has received no formal art training.
© 2000 Eric Bramhill
Misha PetriychukSeptember 2000
Misha Petriychuk was born in Kyrgizstan (Asian part of USSR) on 8 February, 1981. Around 1997 Misha began to work with Corel Xara—the first computer program that he could use for real work.
© 2000 Misha Petriychuk
Cecilia ElmanAugust 2000
Los Angeles resident Cecilia Elman is the creator of HyperTex, The Technological Cowboy. Drop in and say howdy!
© 2000 Cecilia Elman
Nathan HeagyJuly 2000
Canadian designer and illustrator Nathan Heagy says of his own images, “A lot of my interesting work is, well, VERY strange.” Need we say more?
© 2000 Nathan Heagy
Anthony NoaJune 2000
Anthony Noa is a fine artist who learned to paint in the classical way. He is also a former ballet dancer who now uses Xara as an artistic outlet and a training tool.
© 2000 Anthony Noa
Cole SchweikhardtMay 2000
Cole is the owner of Squidz Ink Design, which is beginning its third year of operation. The bulk of SID’s work is web based design, logo design and a gradual build of print design.
© 2000 Cole Schweikhardt
Dušan Kastelic April 2000
A native of Slovenia, this month’s featured artist left a job as an elementary school teacher to pursue a (successful) career in design and illustration.
© 2000 Dušan Kastelic
Quentin RoperMarch 2000
Perhaps living at the bottom of the globe (New Zealand) is what accounts for Quentin’s unique wit and artistic charm. Then again...
© 2000 Quentin Roper
William R. CleggFebruary 2000
Visitors to the Xara Gallery will be familiar with Bill Clegg’s memorable images. Included in Bill’s show is his Corel World Design Contest–winning entry Border Freedom and the hauntingly beautiful Dancer (shown here).
© 2000 William R. Clegg
Gary W. PriesterJanuary 2000
Launching year 2 is Featured Artist Gary W. Priester who besides being a moderator and maintainer of the XaraXone and Xara Conference is a designer, illustrator and author.
© 2000 Gary W. Priester
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