Digitally Created Art

The term "digitally created art" encompasses a wide range of media, including paintings, sculptures and photographs. Digital artists use technology to create their work by manipulating images on a computer screen rather than using traditional tools like paintbrushes or chisels. I typically use an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil as my digital tools. The benefits of digitally created art include:

  • It's easy to replicate - Creating an exact replica of an existing piece is simple when you have access to the original files used in its creation; this makes it possible for multiple copies of the same piece can be produced at once without sacrificing quality or authenticity. Personally, I love this. I can reuse parts of a design to create an alternative or new version. 

  • It's accessible - Digitally created works can be viewed from anywhere in the world with internet access via websites such as Instagram or Facebook where they are posted online by their creators. If you follow me on Instagram and/or Facebook, you've probably already seen some of my digital art. It's so portable and requires no clean up.

Digitally created art includes art created with or manipulated by digital tools.

The Benefits of Digitally Created Art

The benefits of digitally created art are many. It's cost-effective, convenient and customizable.
This makes it easy to create artwork that's exactly what you want without having to spend hours searching for an artist who can do what you want. You can also save money on shipping costs since the painting will be delivered right to your door - or email!

The Impact of Digital Art on the Art Collecting Industry

The rise of digital art has had a significant impact on the art collecting industry. Digital paintings are easier to buy, less expensive and more accessible than traditional paintings.
The popularity of digital painting has grown exponentially over the past few years with artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein becoming household names thanks to their work in this field. The ability for anyone with a computer or smartphone to create beautiful images has created a demand for these types of works that didn't exist before technology made them possible.

The Impact of Digital Art on the Artistic Community

Digital art has also had a significant impact on the artistic community. It's not just about creating digital paintings; it's about the way that artists interact with one another and collaborate on projects, as well as how they use technology to express themselves in new ways. The way we think about galleries has changed as well: many galleries now feature both traditional paintings alongside their digitally created counterparts, making them more accessible to everyone who wants to visit them.

The Impact of Digital Art on the Art Market

Digital art has the potential to increase the value of the art market, as well as widen its audience. With more people able to afford digital paintings, demand will increase and prices will go up.

The Impact of Digital Art on the Environment

Digital art can be created without the use of physical materials. This means that it doesn't require any harmful chemicals or processes, which are often used in traditional painting. Furthermore, digital art can be reused over and over again without damaging the environment.

The Impact of Digital Art on Society

Digital art has the potential to impact society in a number of ways. It can be used to promote social change, connect people from different backgrounds and create an inclusive art community.

The Impact of Digital Art on Education

The digital art revolution has impacted the art collecting industry in many ways, but perhaps one of the most significant impacts is its ability to enhance education. By providing students with easy-to-use tools and instant feedback, digital painting can help improve their creative abilities.

Teachers are seeing firsthand how digital technology can be used to teach visual arts skills in a way that's engaging and effective. Students learn best when they're able to practice what they're being taught--and this is exactly what happens when you introduce them to digital art: They get hands-on experience creating their own pieces (which they'll want you or another adult nearby as an editor), which helps them retain information better than if they were simply reading about it or watching someone else create something onscreen. Digital painting also allows teachers more flexibility when designing lessons because there are no limits on subject matter or style; rather than limiting yourself based on what's available at your local store (or even online), there are endless possibilities thanks out there!


The impact of digitally created paintings on the art collecting industry is undeniable. The ability to create these works and share them with others has revolutionized how we look at art, allowing expression in ways that were previously impossible.

As technology continues to advance, we can expect to see even more exciting developments in the world of digital art. Whether you're an art collector or an artist, there's never been a better time to explore the possibilities of digitally created paintings.


"Digital Art Takes Over the Gallery" by Jillian Steinhauer (
"The Rise of Digital Art" by Anny Shaw (
"The Impact of Digital Technology on the Art World" by Eliza Williams (
"Digital Painting: The Future of Art?" by Anthony Mckeown (
"Why Collect Digital Art?" by Bruce Sterling (