24: Oron Belknap

In my work, I struggle to reconcile my use of digital and analog techniques. I am constantly torn between the precision and flexibility of digital tools and the tactile and intuitive nature of traditional painting techniques.

I am particularly interested in exploring the relationship between technology and tradition, and I often use my art to comment on how the digital and physical worlds intersect. My work is also inspired by the ever-evolving nature of color and how it can express emotion and create mood.

In my practice, I often use a combination of digital painting tools such as software, tablets, and scanners, and traditional art materials such as paint and brushes. I use both techniques to create visually striking and conceptually engaging pieces. However, this struggle between the digital and the analog has become a source of great frustration for me, as I am constantly questioning the best way to approach my art and the best medium to use.