Ron Wohlgemuth
Classifying artwork can compromise an artist's integrity. What is deemed 'traditional', 'experimental', or even that dreaded word, 'normal'? So what is acceptable in our current 'art world'? Conventional approaches? Digital trends? How about a 'hybrid' of the two? My eclectic works are based on painting, drawing, photography, and computer-generated imagery. 'Old School'? 'New School'? There are no boundaries! -- Ron Wohlgemuth
The end products can be extrapolated into other works where the images can be altered or combined with others. This cyclical goal ultimately has resulted in the creation of works that apply a 20th century aura with a 21st century technique.

Placing an emphasis on the symbiotic relationship of the digital and conventional “art worlds”, it is my goal to show the works I have created in the recent past which illustrate multi-media techniques brought to new levels through technology. Painting, drawing, and photographic origins have been the vehicles that initiated a vast arena of experimental possibilities for me.

As a result of this ongoing discovery process, I would like to show my works in such a way that, as eclectic as they may appear, there is a strong connection between traditional styles and current methods of art production.

Collectively, I view my recent accomplishments as a ‘playground of expression’ where the viewer gets to participate in the imagery in a ‘fun’ and ‘limitless’ manner.
It's Only A Croissant Moon
It's Not Spanish--It's Not Even Moss
96 Tears
Nowhere To Run
Striated Shadows Of ABQ

The Girl From Ipanema's Most Fabulous View