Roz Dimon’s “Pale Male”
Imagine an artist at work. What would you see? Most likely you’d conjure up a painter in a smock, standing at an easel, paint brush in hand with jars of paint ready to be applied to the canvas.
But that is not what Roz Dimon looks like when she makes art. No smock, easel or paint brush for her. Instead, Ms. Dimon sits at a computer screen. “My brush is digital,” she says almost defiantly. (more…)
‘Washington Pig,’ a 1995 digital work by Roz Dimon. She finds the piece strangely propitious given the current political climate. ‘Look for the words “For Sale,” in Washington’s eyes,’ advised Ms. Dimon. ‘Like many of my works, it has a hopefulness buried deep within what is both a critique and a celebration of America.’ (Image courtesy of the artist).
Shelter Island resident Roz Dimon, an artist who has been experimenting with digital media for over 30 years, is just back from participating in an international symposium in Tokyo. This summer, she will be showing her work at several East End venues, including the Montauk Library Gallery on the South Fork and The South Street Gallery in Greenport. (more…)
ANNETTE HINKLE PHOTO | Roz Dimon in her studio with a wall of images from ‘Love Letter For Sumire.’
BY ANNETTE HINKLE
After the World Trade Center towers came down on September 11, 2001, like many New Yorkers, artist Roz Dimon had a huge amount of grief to process. (more…)