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Peter J Sucy

Peter J Sucy

Hilton, NY

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My adventure into the digital art world began in early 1984, shortly after purchasing my first computer, a Macintosh 128K. The Macintosh came with a copy of MacPaint, which I immediately began experimenting with. First with illustrations and in 1985, with the addition of a Thunderscan scanner, I began editing my own photos years before the term digital photography would become known. IMO, the computer is the most powerful creative tool yet conceived. Over the last quarter century I've been able to experiment with desktop publishing, music creation, audio visual production, 2D vector illustration, interactive & interface design, object oriented programming, digital photography, video editing, 3D modeling, animation, lenticular imaging, web site design, fractal generation and so much more all thanks to the empowerment of the computer.

Currently, I use several 3D programs to create my virtual dioramas and 3d abstracts. Digital images uniquely can remain works-in-progress for a lifetime, if you so desire. Sort of like a non-hardening clay that you can go back and re-work whenever inspiration strikes again, be it months or even years later. The ability to save images at various steps in the creative process allows you go back and take a different path forward, usually yielding a very different result. What other artistic medium allows you to do that? A perfectionist's nirvana (or hell depending the severity of your symptoms!).

My primary medium these days is 3D lenticular transparencies. Lenticular printing is a process for printing 3D information on a 2D print. With the use of an overlying lens sheet these images can be viewed in 3D without the use of special glasses. Nearly all my virtual creations are or will soon be available in limited editions of ten (and two artist proofs) 3D transparencies. Each will come with a custom designed, acrylic, LED backlit display sculpture in a variety of styles and colors. The LED panel is so thin that it is hidden under the transparency bezel along with the transparency. Resting on clear acrylic standoffs, the panel seems to float in space in front of the wall, while the 3D image appears to recede into the wall. The LED panel is ultra bright, low voltage and color matched to the transparencies, for viewing as I intended. You can see some conceptual images in the 3D lenticular gallery on my website .


COPYRIGHT NOTICE: ALL IMAGES ARE COPYRIGHTED 2015 by PETER J. SUCY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


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Zion Big Horn Sheep by Peter J Sucy

 

Grazing Big Horn by Peter J Sucy

 

Little Big Horn Sheep by Peter J Sucy

 

Shafer Canyon Overlook by Peter J Sucy

 

Colorado River Bend by Peter J Sucy

 

Twisted tree by Peter J Sucy

 

On the Edge of Abstraction by Peter J Sucy

 

Canyonlands Candlestick by Peter J Sucy

 

Weathered Stump Canyonlands by Peter J Sucy

 

Pillars in Canyonlands by Peter J Sucy

 

Abandoned Ranch by Peter J Sucy

 

Abandoned Shed by Peter J Sucy

 

Old Fan Belt by Peter J Sucy

 

Workbench by Peter J Sucy

 

Abandoned Items on Shelf by Peter J Sucy

 

Burned Stump by Peter J Sucy

 

Wood Knot by Peter J Sucy

 

Survival in the Desert by Peter J Sucy

 

Abandoned by Peter J Sucy

 

Weathered Knots by Peter J Sucy

 

Desert Brush Pile by Peter J Sucy

 

Weather Tree and Wildflowers by Peter J Sucy

 

Tree and Shafer Trail by Peter J Sucy

 

Canyonlands Overlook by Peter J Sucy

 

Reaching for the Heavens by Peter J Sucy

 

Dead Tree Arches by Peter J Sucy

 

Three Gossips by Peter J Sucy

 

Arches Entry by Peter J Sucy

 

Sentinals by Peter J Sucy

 

Courthouse Towers by Peter J Sucy

 

Arches La Sal Viewpoint 1 by Peter J Sucy

 

Weird Rock Formation by Peter J Sucy

 

Sunset near Rangeley by Peter J Sucy

 

Sunset from Cadillac Mountain by Peter J Sucy

 

Granite Boulders Acadia by Peter J Sucy

 

First Roach Pond by Peter J Sucy

 

Sculpted Rock by Peter J Sucy

 

Lubec Dories by Peter J Sucy

 

Lubec Harbor Looking North by Peter J Sucy

 

Birch Knot Sunset by Peter J Sucy

 

Flowers Height of Land by Peter J Sucy

 

Glass Block Window by Peter J Sucy

 

Roofline by Peter J Sucy

 

Quoddy Head Light by Peter J Sucy

 

W Quoddy Head Power Station North Wall by Peter J Sucy

 

West Quoddy Head Lighthouse by Peter J Sucy

 

Quoddy Head Pebble Pocket by Peter J Sucy

 

Mt Katahdin Pano by Peter J Sucy