Photograph by Lyman Zobell



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I am a digital artist who lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida within the city of New Port Richey.  

About ten years ago I began taking lots of photographs.   I also started reading many  photography books, studied the works of many great artists and took many online courses.  In addition,  I  made a goal to learn Photoshop.  Over these few years, photography and Photoshop have allowed me a new way to create.  I have learned a lot  but I want to keep learning more about  photography and Photoshop.

My background has significant impact on my thoughts as expressed in my Art: I am from the South, I am a student of theology, psychology and sociology and enjoy Pop Culture.   These often intersect and I love to take advantage of this in my Art.

For me, Art and the process of creating is difficult and easy; it is both rewarding and humbling.

I believe that Art is a language of the Soul; it is a way of translating intuitions, feelings or thoughts into a form that the world can see or experience.  Although I love the way photography captures life in a 1/125th second, for me, digital collage has become a more interesting  method of creating.  I find collage compelling in the way it brings together unique or unrelated objects and forms a new meaning. 

Thank you for looking at my Art.  It is my hope that it will say something to you.

Nathan Mark Phillips

Recent Exhibitions & Published Works

Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South, Published by New Lit Salon Press, 2013. Available in all formats.  For more information, click here.

Salon Style: Fiction, Poetry and Art, Published by New Lit Salon Press, 2014.  For more information click here.

Morean Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida (Annual Members' Show) July 12 - August 22, 2014


Articles About Nathan Mark

"Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South" by Southern Literature Review

"It All Began with the Arrival" by New Lit Salon Press 

Interview by Author, Lichen Craig

The Success of Intent and Passion in the Arts,  by Artist & Advocate Elizabeth Gordon