Lecturer/Discussion Leader; Visual Arts: Illustration, Judge, Photography, Technology; Digital Painting, Generative Art, Algorithmic Art
Jim Plaxco is a digital artist, photographer, and creative coder creating abstract, algorithmic, generative, glitch, portrait, and space art primarily using software of his own design.
Jim has judged multiple space art contests for NASA, IAA, IAF, NSS; served as manager of the 2014 Enterprise in Space Orbiter Design Contest; and had an etching of his artwork "Zero Energy" flown in space aboard SpriteSat 1.
Jim lectures on the subjects of generative and algorithmic art, space art, image processing, creative coding, and Internet utilization (SEO, website design, etc.) for artists. Venues have included the Adler Planetarium, Elmhurst Art Museum, Maker Faire Milwaukee, International Space Development Conference, and the Self Employment in the Arts Conference.
A selection of Jim's art that is available as open editions via print on demand can be seen at https://digital-art-prints.com/
Jim can be contacted online at http://www.artsnova.com/blog/contact-jim/