Roz Dimon

ROZ DIMON Roz Dimon is an American artist (b 1953) who draws and paints in all media. Originally from the south, she graduated from The Lamar Dodd School of Art (UGA) and moved to New York City in 1981. Dimon's subject matter is American culture; secular and sacred. Her work is in numerous collections and she has exhibited and spoken about her work internationally. An early pioneer in the field of digital art, she invented a process for interactive art and storytelling called a DIMONscape which was Influenced by her studies in iconography post 9/11. These works are in major museums including The 9/11 Memorial Museum. Dimon is a member of Carter Burden Gallery in New York City and is also an ordained Interfaith Minister. She and her husband live in Shelter Island with their very spoiled Yorkie, Buda.
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painting of woman praying

Roz's Dimon's Art Work

PALE MALE: A Pilgrimage 48”x36” digital painting output to lightbox chrome by Roz Dimon On loan to Christ Episcopal Church (The first edition is in the collection of The 9/11 Museum)
PALE MALE is an artwork about finding home when all is lost. Created out of the detritus of 9/11, it is a new form of storytelling and art that is simultaneously virtual and real. It was digitally created by New York City artist Roz Dimon who lived near and worked at the World Trade Center Complex for over ten years.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum acquired edition #3/10 for its permanent collection in 2013 and it was recently featured in a symposium in Tokyo on 9/11 and 3/11 by noted art historian, Gail Levin. Visit: palemale-a-pilgrimage.com

 NAIL THIS. 36”x36” digital painting output to lightbox chrome by Roz Dimon digital painting output to lightbox chrome by Roz Dimon. On loan to Christ Episcopal Church (The first edition is in the collection of St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in New York City)

Created in the form of a mandala, this digitally created artwork features a crucifix that expands outward from the center in hope and openness to other religions and origins of spirit.

In this long shot see how Tiffany’s 1918 stained glass window, state of the art icon in 1918, has conversation with Roz’s new light box icons, On our 175th anniversary we have the best of both worlds!