First published Paintbox images by an artist was in the Micro Arts Group Magazine, 1984. This was prior to David Hockney’s BBC series, 1986, and later paintbox on iPad work.
Michèle Gauthier Carr-Brown – Personal comment
“For my master courses in Fine Arts, I have worked with Sonia Sheridan and Greg Gundlach, generative systems, Arts and Science. They exhibited their works in Exposition Electra 1983 at the Musée de la Ville de Paris, au Trocadéro, in 1983-84. [see Chirac link below.]
In the eighties, when I started advertising work in Paris, computing was not involved, except for the photo-composition of the text. Then, some guy walked into the Agency with a Paint Box, from Quantel.
I was the only one who spoke English and wanted to play with it ! Did I play! long hours until late at night, days after days… I burned my eyes on it… Later came Quark Xpress, for the text, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Brilliant experiences.” Michèle Gauthier Carr-Brown, Paris, 2019
See also the People page.
Above: Michèle Gauthier Carr-Brown computer art
Above: Michèle Gauthier Carr-Brown Notebooks
Above: Images in the Micro Arts Magazine 1984.
Sonia Sheridan with Jacques Chirac, Paris, 1983: