Holly Gordon’s art is photoliminalism and part of the 21st century international artistic and social movement called techspressionism…as pointillism is part of impressionism.
Technology is changing photography, as we know. During a remarkable 6-year collaboration with watercolorist Ward Hooper that became the book Parallel Perspectives: The Brush/Lens Collaboration, her process solidified
Liminal describes a transitional period where the order of acceptability is in flux and a new order of acceptance is not yet established.
For decades, people often asked her if she was a painter. At first she called her work beyond photography because she marches to her own vision. Her organically developed images start with a photographic file and become complex intuitive creations. She aims to humanize technology, using it as a tool. Just as an artist uses a paintbrush or pencil or chisel, she is the controller.
She is an artist who believes in engaging in important social issues and in blazing creative trails. Her ability to articulate her creative process as well as engage and inspire others, makes her is an indispensible advocate for the arts. Holly Gordon is one of a growing group of artists who are uses technology to express ideas, feelings and visions.
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