R. MAC HOLBERT
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
—Ralph Waldo Emerson
The emergence of digital technology in the 1980s confronted the art world with new tools and processes that, like photography a century and a half earlier, created great controversy. At that time, painters, as well as lithographers and printers, were concerned about this new technology that threatened to supplant their livelihood and alter artistic sensibilities. In 1862, a group ...