It raises a wonderfully provocative question: since it was generated using (as a tool, as a canvas, or whatever) a computer, is it still art? I think so. Not only is it art, in the same way as a painting is art, but I also think it's a higher form of art than a painting, in the sense that the purpose of art should be to challenge our intellect, not just make a beautful picture.
Of all the
portraits, this one, entitled "Zvonko"
is the only one that has context,
which I see as an "entry" point into the picture.
Notice how it draws the eye in from the lower left, through the use of everyday familiar objects, as a point of entry into the space.
My favorite of the landscapes, etc., are these four, for the same sort
of reasons, e.g. I can envision a path into the space, as if it
were somehow connected to reality:
Although they were generated by computer, they "feel" very real, or what I like to refer to as "hyper realism" (beyond real).
I also like some of the paintings done by Christiane Pflug
Another computer painting, by Vranesic, entitled "Fall in High Park" was used on the cover of a textbook.