still striving after 30 years to bring "touch" to a digital world . . . it all starts with drawing & painting

Thank you Parrish Museum - a two minute video about working during the Pandemic.
-- art & stories "personal like" from 1974 to today --
Recently stumbled upon this recording with NPR's Bonnie Grice (2009) about digital art:
00:00 / 06:08

Click SHORT-VIDEO at right to watch

an eight-year-old interacting

with the DIMONscape of HAVENS HOUSE.

Commissioned by The Shelter Island Historical Society and now a permanent installation at their new  History Center & Museum. 

Maeve Kyne-Purcell Interacts with DIMONs

Imagine rolling through 300 years  of history in one commemorative painting. Composed of multiple hundreds of layers, this "state-of the art" technological process called a DIMONscape® invites all to be part of the experience . . .

A DIMONscape® of

"HAVENS HOUSE" has opened to the public at 

The Shelter Island Historical Society . . .


Check out this behind the scenes video of Roz working on the piece. 

China Door by Roz Dimon with Brooklyn ba

 1700s, State #41 of HAVENS HOUSE,  2018



It was a beautiful day July 4th, 1989, when we created our door - a digital collage (shown here both sides) with help from my two roommates, James Dawson and Sarah Emery, on a sunny day in Brooklyn, Independence Day . . . little did we know this exhibition of doors titled "CHINA: June 4, 1989" would premiere at PS1, then Blum Helman Gallery in NYC and then tour around the world. The collection of doors has today been exchanged from The Asian American Arts Center to The Humanitarian China Organization who states in today's press conference on March 6, 2019 that plans are for this exhibition to travel again this summer on the 25th Anniversary of Tiananmem Square. 

Videos of press conference courtesy of Rose Tang on FB: 

Bob Lee:

Roz talks digital with Esperanza Leon, 2016

yours in 'rozolution'