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February 24th, 2004
Cyberart as Psychological Tool is part of PAG owner, June Kaminski's PhD work, focused on the use of aesthetics and web-based art to help shape and inspire human intellect and psychological evolution. Visit this work at:

February 2001 to 2004
June Kaminski appointed as an evaluator for the Fifth to Eighth Annual Webby Awards, called "The Academy Awards of the Internet".


August, 2000 
Rita Dianni-Kaleel had two of her art pieces accepted for public acquisition. "Flight Pattern IV" - is now displayed in the Chicago Midway Airport Concourse and "Who Has The Highest Calling?"- is housed at the Department Of Children & Family Services in Chicago 


May 12, 2000 
Donald R. Ricker unveiled his newest work "Seven Sisters", the latest addition to his NUDE EXCUSE Series at his studio in Anchorage, Alaska . The work illuminates the aboriginal dreaming associated with the constellation Pleiades. The work can be viewed at Donald's website at 


May 4th to May 27th, 2000 
James (KingNeon) Guçwa presents his one-man exhibition of new paintings at the Bruce R. Lewin Gallery in SoHo, N.Y. ( 136 Prince St ). The show is called "Dream Machines" and it will feature photorealistic paintings of the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle. KingNeon will be at the gallery in person, Saturday afternoon, May 6th. If you happen to be in Manhattan in May please stop by the gallery and have a look. For more information about the exhibit see the Bruce R. Lewin full-page feature in the May issue of ArtNews or go to the gallery web-site at : 


January 10, 2000 
A well known, more than hundred-year old, English daily, The Tribune, published a brief item on artist Balvinder Singh's participation in the Pegasus Gallery. The item titled VIRTUAL GALLERIES is a part of a column called "Chandigarh Calling". The online edition of the daily can be browsed at: 


January, 2000 
"The Petrovsky Courier" (the newspaper) wrote about painter Vladimir Dolgov : "The style of this master is called intellectual expression by art critics. Vladimir is a very Russian painter. He opens the mysterious world, which "The Russian Soul" refers to as. The colour of Aries is red that is beautiful and heartfelt in Russian".