Sandip Mehta is a primary care physician, amateur color & monochrome Olympus photographer, happy traveler, idea💡engineer, music synesthete and self-taught digital artist in Texas🤠
- Aloha! First you should know that I'm a happy🤗guy who lives a peaceful zen life guided by compassion, kindness and intellect. My friends just call me MEHTA. You can too!
- He holds degrees in Astronomy from the University of Texas in Austin and Medicine from the University of North Texas Health Science Center—Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
- Doctor Mehta has been practicing Medicine for nearly twenty years.
- I am an Idea💡Engineer. This means I enjoy deep thinking, designing algorithms and using cognitive🤓computational epistemology to create projects that explore new ideas.
- MEHTA is an avid prolific photographer who has taken over 48,000 photos all over the USA and India. His photographic passions include 🌸Flower and 🦁Animal Portraiture in full bright sunlight☀️
- He is a self-taught digital photo artist using Adobe Photoshop as a complex algorithmic image calculator and Corel Painter for its cloning & auto painting features, delightful brushes and surface texture tools.
- My artistic eye awakened after discovering The Digital Renaissance (Old Master Techniques in Painter and Photoshop) by Carlyn Beccia. This amazing book changed my life!
s.MEHTA 🖌 presents
~ Corel Painter Photo Artist ~
STUDIO*XEPHON is my love-song to the lyrical beauty of the natural world, expressed through the 'painting lens' of my camera united with a reimagining of classical High Renaissance artistry. As a self-taught photographer and digital artist, I am enamoured by the paintings of Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Rembrandt and Vincent van Gogh. I endeavour to skillfully blend together elements from the canonical modes of Sfumato, Chiaroscuro and Unione into each of my large format photorealistic paintings which originate with my own thoughtfully composed personal photography. Please see my work at PainterArtist.studio
...Paint the branch well, and you hear the wind🎐
—The Book of Zen: The Path to Inner Peace by Eric Chaline