Aleck creates Digital Artworks ranging from straight photos to artistic digital paintings and is influenced by the impressionist school and Hopper paintings, the pastel digital photopaints of Irene Froy and the way out work of Russell and Barbie Lindsay.
His aim is to blur the boundaries between tradition art and digital photo printing thus making digital artwork acceptable on an equal footing with painting in the art world. He uses a blend of photography, Photoshop CS2 enhancement and Painter X embellishment to achieve “Digital Artworks” which he prints on an Epson R2400 A3 printer Using Permajet K3 pigment inks and archive quality papers giving a durability of 20 years or more.
Aleck has exhibited in The Chameleon Art gallery, central Nottingham, Hucknall Library, and will shortly be on exhibition in Ilkeston Arts and Photography clubs Annual exhibition at Ilkeston. He is also an active member of Nottingham and Notts Photographic Society scoring quite well in the
bi monthly competitions