FEBRUARY 1 – MARCH 3, 2018

Following up the strong success of our first iteration of this exhibit in 2016, Pixel Palette II highlights the discipline of digital painting as an emerging fine art genre, relishing in the wide array of possibilities the medium inherently offers, from emulation of traditional media and techniques to experimental idiosyncrasies and styles that only computer aided art can achieve.

While digital painting is ubiquitous across entertainment industries and online, it’s still relatively underappreciated in contemporary fine art galleries. Helikon features digital paintings in exhibits year-round, but Pixel Palette is designed to celebrate the vision of digital painters and the accessibility of their work as prints. In many ways, digital prints have helped democratize art and create price points achievable for the average art lover without compromising the quality of the work, ensuring that purchasing art is not simply a pursuit of the ultra-wealthy.


Camille Chew
Clay Brooks
Fly Okay
Dymond Starr Austin
Ilya Shkipin
Jeremy Aaron Moore
Kelsi Jo Silva
Matt Martines (Tyto Alba)
Rob Jordan
Steve Kim
Taj Tenfold
Abigail Larson
Odera Igbokwe
Devon Bragg
Tina Jiang
Jadon Ulrich
Brooke VanDevelder
Cayce Goldberg
Emily J Moore


February 1, 6-10pm

First Friday
February 2, 6-10pm

First Friday
March 2, 6-10pm

Press Release (PDF) Press Kit Web Promo

Shown simultaneously alongside Gazes: New Work by John Vogl in the annex gallery