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Truly a unique part of the history of computers !


Katy Owens
Thomas J Huston

The Serigraph of
"Dawn of Creative Computing"
is in my opinion the best example of early computer art.

It embodies both aesthetically and technically a new era.

Katy Owens was a Systems Programmer at Ball State University in early 1970's.
She created several works of computer art, with this one being the best.

Katy, a friend and very bright associate at BSU in Muncie IN, created this work
- with my prodding and assistance -
after stating "I have no creativity!".
It is a great example of early computer art.

Like many new adventures, the first edition was Serigraphed on the kitchen table.

The first edition yielded only about 100 prints of fair quality which sold out immediately.

This second edition yielded less than 300 prints of high quality and of which only a few remain.

This work is framed in a gold Nielson moulding with a warm brown mat and clear glass.

"Dawn of Creative Computing"
17" x 13"   $149
Ready to Ship.

Truly a unique part
of the history of computers!

The work is tastefully signed and numbered by Katy Owens.
Note: A very very few of the less than 300 original works from the early 1970's remain !
Comes complete ready to hang with instructions and hardware.

Dawn of Creative Computing was Serigraphed on an acid-free yellow heavy paper stock.
Museum mounting for maximum preservation is available, email or call for details.
Non-Glare glass is also an option, but not recommended for this work.


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