My passions direct my artistic concepts. The political/social upheaval we are experiencing in the USA is perfect fodder for my Techspressionist emotional appetite. My laptop, painting programs and printers are my studio, palette, and canvas. I create original high-definition abstract socio/political digital art with the circle as my dominant form. I believe the circle of life reflects all of life’s encounters, pressures, and feelings. When I paint with pixels, the immediacy of the digital medium gives me the opportunity to paint my expression in the moment.
Francene J. Levinson is a Brooklyn, N. Y. native, and current resident of Bainbridge Island, WA. Levinson received her in BA 1966 and MA Art Ed in 1969 from Brooklyn College. While a student there, she created abstract color field paintings influenced by her professors, Ad Reinhardt, Philip Pearlstein, and their contemporary, Mark Rothko. Her digital paintings were part of the 2020-2021 “Defining Beauty” exhibition at the California Museum of Art. A selection of Levinson’s NFTs are currently represented by the curated international platform Elementum.