Ruth Mountaingrove's graphic, "Bird in the Hand," illustrates A.D. Ross's story "Swimming."

Artist's statement: "Computer Art has been in my life since 1988 when Ellen Land-Weber taught the first computer art classes at Humboldt State University. The class had the use of an Apple IIE lab and a drawing/painting program called Fantavision, on 5 1/2" disk.

"Bird in the Hand" was made in Photoshop, created directly in the software program itself. I learned to use Photoshop and Illustrator at Humbolt State, in the Summer Arts programs the regular computer art courses. I now have my own computer, a Macintosh G3 mini tower, and those applications.

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