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The Work of Digital Artist, Yolanda Klappert

March 30, 2010

After a performing and recording career as a classical concert pianist for twenty-five years, I was excited to discover I could express complicated and interdisciplinary ideas on a multitude of levels, simultaneously.

The computer became my keyboard, camera, and paintbrush. Most significantly, I experienced a profound joy in creating “something from nothing” while combining my instincts as a musical and visual artist with the sophistication of “cutting edge” technology.

Three modern-ear artists have influenced me and demonstrate an artist expression similar to Bach’s. Each of the artists, Escher, Durer and Van Gogh, worked within the conventions of art – respectively using pen and ink, watercolors and oils – yet each transcend the implied boundaries of their media by creating innovative forms and styles.

To view more from digital artist Yolanda Klappert, please visit her gallery on DiscoverdArtists.com: http://www.discoveredartists.com/gallery/yolly

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