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NFT Explorations


Although Evans has worked as a traditional painter for over 4 decades now, his interest in utilizing the computer as an artistic tool goes all the way back to the mid 1990s when he began experimenting with digital printmaking at David Adamson Editions in Washington, D.C., one of the pioneers of that medium. In 1994 he created a digitally manipulated image for the “Washington Portfolio” the first all digital print portfolio produced in the fine art world. The portfolio was eventually acquired by a number of prominent museums and public collections, including the Corcoran Museum of Art, American University, and the Federal Reserve Board, helping establish digital printmaking as a valid art form. Evans' print was subsequently featured on the cover of Digital Imaging Magazine in 1995.


Evans eventually purchased his own large format archival digital printer and has continued to explore the possibilities of manipulating and creating images digitally. Evans often works back and forth between digital/physical as he develops concepts for physical paintings or stand alone digital works. NFTs have recently provided an incredible opportunity to present, archive and sell such works – enabling him to also bring new dimensions to the work such as the element of time through animation and owner/artist interactive capabilities.


Evans' NFTs have been minted on numerous platforms such as SuperRare, Foundation, 1stDibsNFT, OpenSea and They have been exhibited online in ArtMeta's Octopus Contemporary Art Museum (OCAM) and a solo exhibit at Monolith Gallery, as well as in physical exhibits at the Institute of Conetemporary Art (ICA) London and a special exhibit at the Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland and in Cohort9, an ehibit organized by Accelrate Art at the Triangle Loft as part of NFT NYC. His NFTs can be found in many prominent collections including the Tezos Foundation Permanent Collection, Laurence Fuller, Deltasauce, Goldcat, and many others. (6).gif


March Dig NFT

A chameleon-like digital interpretation of Evans' drawing March Dig.  Multiple hand-drawn layers which can be turned off/on by each successive owner's genetic informatics from 23&Me. Shown here is an animated GIF switching back and forth between the original March Dig NFT image and an image showing examples of various types of symbollic transitional changes unlocked by specific  DNA sequences. The image was first pioneered for a 2013 Smithsonian genetics conference/exhibit and was adapted as Evans' genesis NFT in 2021. 

More info about this project here

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Marietta Train II

This historic work is based on the original digititally composed painting produced for the Washington Portfolio, published by Adamson Editions in 1994. It was the first all digital print portfolio produced in the fine art world and helped establish digital printmaking as a viable fine art medium. The prints are now in many mueum collections. Remastered as an NFT and recently featured as Professor Jun's "Gem of the Day."

Minted as a 1/1 on - link here

Collection of the Tezos Foundation



Based on Evans' iconic 1997 painting "Refuge," this one minute long digitally painted animation is comprised of many layers, each representing a moment in time incrementally dissolving into the next. The work gradually constructs itself, each layer depicting a different stage in the transformation of the landscape and its inhabitants. Distant lights flicker on, a power line appears, pavement, a fence, a structure and pool materialize...a light illuminates the temporary womb-like sanctuary of a mother’s watch, her maternal gravitational pull only able to keep the child in orbit for so long before releasing him on the road out to adulthood. An essay on our desire to carve out a refuge of light in the darkness, an illusion of safety and protection from the inevitability of things beyond our control. Featured recently by SuperRare Senior Curator An Loremi as one of their recent top 10 weekly picks. 

Minted as a 1/1 on - link here



Digitally painted animation based on Evans' 1993  painting "Isosceles."

Minted as a 1/1 on - link here

Collection of @Deltasauce


Nocturnal Series

Genesis collection on SuperRare. Recently featured by SuperRare Senior Curator An Loremi in her weekly "Top 10 Art to Collect."


Night is a time of mystery, intrigue, reflection, romance, fear, isolation, anxiety, dreams, nightmares. It is a recurring theme in Evans' work - a potent source of imagery and metaphor. Many of these works deal with open ended narratives, a sense that something has happened or is about to happen, presented in a dream-like magic realist framework. Created working back and forth between digital and physical painting processes.

Minted as 1/1s on SuperRare - link here

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Acid Test


Elizabeth Quinn Sleeping


Late Dinner



Evening Ritual

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The Way Out 

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The Game


More Animations

Adding the dimension of time to various paintings through animation.

Minted as 1/1s on 1stDibsNFT - link here




Fossil II


Night Life




Wind and Ice, Susquehanna

(with digitally manipulated 19th century frame)


Working Late

(with digitally manipulated 17th century Dutch frame) 


Wunderkammer Collection 

A series of digitally composed works, featuring objects from the natural realm, created by manipulating, altering or piecing together existing paintings with digital painting programs


Minted on Foundation as 1/1s - see the full collection here


Cloud Series Collection 

A series of digitally enhanced works, based on existing drawings and paintings, featuring atmospheric studies of clouds in the Susquehanna River Valley


Minted in editions of 15 on - see the full collection here

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1/1 Works on Tezos

Minted on - see the full collection here


Storm Over Kitty Hawk

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Flight Pattern Study

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Last Light



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The Return


Dog Days

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