|Alan Daly||Biography: Abstract forms of colour, shape and emotion. With influences as diverse as Mark Rothko, Paul Klee and Hallmark's gift wrapping paper.
Alan discovered the 'pixel' in 1985 and through the years has learned to not take himself too seriously.
High points in his life have been the birth of his son, working as a sound engineer for Captain Sensible, and the invention of the CD-ROM as deleting his work when disk space ran out was incredibly painful.
Country: UK Birthyear: 1970 Media: computer or digital art Style: abstract Subjects: light and color, passion, emotion & mathematics|