Today I was able to chit chat with John Thompson from JT Digital Art & Paintings. I absolutely LOVE his work, it is colorful and holds almost a futuristic aura that fascinates its audience.
What has been your most exciting moment as an artist?
I think the most exciting moment is when I look at all my work online and know that there are so many people that see it everyday.
Who or what had the greatest influence on you as you developed as an artist?
I have always loved the way things look and work, so I’ve really developed an eye for detail and recently I have been fully aware of how things make me feel on a vibrational level of both light and colors.
How would you characterize your work?
My works is purely inspirational whether its painted on canvas or digital.
How do you feel when people interpret your artwork differently?
I know that every bodies persepective is different and it’s very interesting to me to hear how it effects them.
Describe your workshop/studio for us:
My workshop/studio is my entire house, I do must of My digital art on my laptop so I can move around.
What’s the hardest part of being an artist?
I don’t find anything hard about it, I all was enjoy creating art.
How many hours a day do you create?
It varies with how I feel, sometimes I spend a couple of hours and other times all day.
How does creating art make you feel?
“What is Art?” is certainly too big of a question to ask here, but what do you hope your audience takes away from your art? What statement do you hope to make?
I think if my work makes someone feel anything, then I have done my job.
What are your artistic goals?
To have my art known throughout the world and never run out of new things to create.
How have you handled the business side of being an artist?
That’s the nice thing about selling art online is they do all of that for me, except for the Advertising I do that on Facebook.
Where else on the Internet can we find your work besides Facebook?
http://society6.com/JTDigitalArt http://www.imagekind.com/jt85-posters http://www.voottoo.com/john-Thompson http://www.zazzle.com/john+thompson+gifts http://fineartamerica.com/art/all/john+Thompson/all
Thank you John for taking the time to let me interview you! Wishing you all the best from everyone here at TheArtLand.com