Dec 2, 2014 - Gallery
my creative process is difficult. People seem to
feel its necessary to categorize art into processes
or disciplines. My work doesn't fit easily
into traditional classifications. I see it as a
fusion between painting, photography and computer
technology. The resulting digital medium gives me
the ability to express my thoughts as they occur and
the flexibility to change them as I watch my art
take on a life of it’s own creating images within
Through the use of a graphics tablet and a stylus I use my computer much like a traditional visual artist uses their brush and canvas. Saturated color, lyrical movement, forceful line, and complex imagery are just a few of the adjectives that have been used to describe my work.
I offer my work as a personal expression. What you take from it is subjective. Your vision is your experience and the only one with any validity.
Just Published - Mac Titmus and the Art of Digital Painting by Karin Lazarus in CSA Journal Published
Mac's work is on display in galleries across Long Island in individual, group and juried shows.
Awards and achievements:
Hutchins Gallery, Brookville, Wounded Warriors Benefit, 1st Place for “Summer Kisses,” 08/14
Brookhaven Arts & Humanities, “First Place” for “Paint the sky with Summer's Kisses,” 04/14
Brookhaven Arts & Humanities, “Honorable Mention” for “Floral Contrasts,” 03/14
Art Buzz, The 2014 Collection,” Second place in Graphic Arts 10/14
Briarcliffe College, LI Artists “People’s Choice Award,” for “Tranquility,” 01/14
Brookhaven Arts & Humanities, “Third Place” for “Gardenia on White,” 12/13
Feature artist in the CSA Journal in 11/13
Briarcliffe College LI Artists “People’s Choice Award,” for “Fiesta,” 12/13
Brookhaven Arts & Humanities, “First Place” for “of Heaven and Earth,” 11/13
South Bay Art Association, “First Place, “Maternal Bond,” 10/13
Brookhaven Arts & Humanities, “Honorable Mention” for “Neverending Winter,” 10/13
Brookhaven Arts & Humanities, “First Place” for “Sizzle,” 08/13
Brookhaven Arts & Humanities, “Third Place” Morning Impressions,” 03/13.
South Bay Art Association, “Honorable Mention, “Encore,” 05/14
Mac is currently Vice President of the North Shore Art Guild. His additional professional affiliations include The Art Forum of The North Shore Public Library, Patchogue Arts Council, Inc., Guild Hall, Brookhaven Arts and Humanities Council, Port Jefferson – Northern Brookhaven Arts Council, East End Arts and Humanities Council, South Bay Art Association, Smithtown Township Arts Council, Huntington Arts Council, Art League of Long Island, Southampton Artists Association, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, National Education Association
"flowers of Paris"
"of Waldon Woods"
down for 10 samples of Mac's more recent work or
follow this link to his "Gallery."
"Respite" is part of a four image set using "Digital Fusion" techniques to explore the sense of the seasons. "Respite" deals with the restful Rejuvenation period called winter.
"fiber of exestence"
Through the use of color and symbolic imagery "Fiber of Existence" explores the relationships of life and energy.
"Soda Jerk Rewind"
"Reflections of NY"
Through the use of color and symbolic imagery "Urban Decay" explores the process whereby a previously functioning society falls into disorder: morally, socially or physically.
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