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Remember playing in the sprinklers in the back yard on a hot summer day? Stopping to rest on a hot lounge chair with your towel wrapped around you? In this piece I tried to bring back that feeling. I used the warm colors for the sun and the heat, and cooler colors for the water and the towel to try to capture that dichotomy of hot and cold, dry and wet.
Carrie Zeidman is an award winning digital artist and photographer. She started her art career over twenty years ago as a commercial graphic artist, one of the first to use a personal computer to create art. She founded a successful graphics art company, Elán Studios, where she created advertisements, company materials, and websites for large and small businesses including Hewlett Packard and Cisco Systems. Her commercial artwork even appeared on display at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. About ten years ...