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RIVO here. Welcome to the ART262.com website where I will unveil several presentations as you enter my world of Digital Fine Art.  You will see my latest artwork including my 3-minute animation series that cover all areas of my artwork both past and present. So please explore this website for your enjoyment.


After 2-years of working with Open AI, Chat GPT & AI Art Generators


This massive 455-page collection of 13,000 unique AI Prompts was created and compiled by photographer and digital artist Ricky V, working with Open AI, ChatGPT and AI Art generators over the past couple of years. While controversy always exist, the ideas within illustrate the power of this advancing technology.

Whether you’re new to AI generated art or a seasoned professional, you’ll find that this book covers many ideas and topics seldom revealed. It covers a creative range of concepts, with a plethora of clever, surprising and magical prompt phrases that could literally take a lifetime to fully explore.

Inside you’ll learn how artificial intelligence, AI art generators work: an example of the algorithm code, a list of top AI Art generator websites, introduction to prompt sizing, styles and adjustments, a list of artists, illustrators, fashion designers, diverse background ideas, the latest AI prompting terms, a massive list of Power Words that can dramatically tweak and create amazing images that boggle the mind. It also includes a recommended list of filtered words to avoid using with most AI generators, ethical considerations, PLUS, perhaps the finest collection you’ll ever see; Ricky V’s personal collection of 13,000 AI prompts for your AI experience.

This is a perfect resource for visual artists, teachers, writers, copywriters, social media managers, animators, graphic and set designers, video editors, small business owners and many others. Whether you’re creating art for yourself or business ventures, this collection is for you.


Video Blog 1074 – The Incredible Digital Quilt


Created by Master Digitographer Richard Marvin Voigt – RIVO

Richard Marvin Voigt (RIVO) is a Wisconsin born artist, author, educator, filmmaker and inventor.

His artistic creations were redirected from traditional forms of art to digital art in 1987.  Fascinated

by the powerful potential of his newly built computers, they afforded him unlimited flexibility in creating

and designing compositions that soon began to satisfy his personal passion for digital art.

As he became more adept in handling software functions, he began experimenting with complex pixel

restoration, archiving thousands of family photographs, old slides and documents; bringing each back

to their original quality. Throughout his life, he has taken hundreds of thousands of photographs and

created thousands of original works of art that lead to experimentations in creating his Digital Quilt.

Each digital quilt composition is an abstract kaleidoscopic rendering of a person, place or object in the

artist’s life. The reoccurring theme he set for his quilt, places an emphasis on line, color and texture that

often create optical illusions that play with perceptions; some advance while others retreat in his spatial

and colorful compositions. With over 1400 compositions in this incredible digital quilt collection, when

placed end-to-end the entire canvas quilt spans the length of over fourteen (14) professional football fields.

He has always admired the intricacy of hand-sewn quilts, but wanted to create one on a grand scale

using his unique approach. Just as each traditional quilt tells a story, so does each section of his quilt.

Each 38” x 38” canvas quilt section can be place contiguously up a wall, continue across ceilings, around

corners and even constructed into shapes that can hang from the ceiling or connect on the floor in the

form of a three-dimensional maze.

Many of these digital compositions capture the symmetrical wonders found growing in the prolific

Wisconsin garden oasis his wife Lynn and he have created. Since they began sharing their garden on

YouTube with over 1,000 video productions, their garden has now been seen by millions of avid

gardeners from 132 countries.

This rare glimpse into one of RIVO’s thematic galleries is an intriguing insight into the creative mind

of an artist who passionately explores non-traditional approaches in art while exploring new technology

layered with a sense of eastern and western philosophy. If you appreciate and respect a creative mind,

then this rare colorful collection will please and inspired your love for balance and metaphoric reflection.


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Ever wonder how the mind of an artist really works?

Original Quotations by Richard Marvin Voigt – aka RIVO

Here’s a few my wife Lynn recorded me saying out load:

“I’m only twelve. What can I say; it’s more fun!”

“Words Come Out Of My Mouth Before I Can Say Them.”

When You Hug Me, Be Gentle, You’re Hugging Antiquity.”

“I Only Tease The One’s I Love”

“I don’t subscribe to Earth age and that’s not a magazine subscription.”

“It’s easier to trust a woman with a wrinkle, because she isn’t afraid to hide it”

“Traddles M. Fudgenuts” – My future pen name (thanks Tom Drinka)

“Put that in your smoke and pipe it.”

“I would have shown you yours, if you would have shown me mine.”

More Innocent & Accidental Sillies That May Need Translation

Remember how “Words Come Out Of My Mouth Before I Can Say Them.”

My neff is stick = My neck is stiff

Dicept the Food = Dice up food

Shold cover = Cold shoulder

Yumber lard = Lumber yard

Sugar candy husband = Sugar Daddy

Socking suffers = Stocking stuffers

Core flay = Foreplay

Crook and nanny = Nook and cranny

Cracks and nannies = Nooks and crannies

Dog in the cranger = Dog in the manger

Blaw my drud = Draw my blood

Dreathe Beeply = Breathe deeply

Nickolas tees = Ticklish knees

Ross moses = Moss roses

Rount Mushmore = Mount Rushmore

Twingling = tingling

 Intendo = I Intend To

What’s the price of chee in Tina? = What’s the price of tea in China?

View can the dress be so gry? = How can the dress be so dry?

Rependicrat = A Republican Independent Democrat

Laked nady = Naked lady

Don’t thiddle your tums at me. = Don’t twiddle your thumbs at me.

Shuffle your eyes = Flutter your eyes

Scrumpy = Messy/unattractive

I have to find a nose in my hair. = I have to find a hair in my nose.

Down frat right lie. = Down right fat lie.

Gripption = tires slogan to grip the road

Whipper Snippers = Whipper snappers

Turbulated = Violent tumbling

Put your cone in your foat. = Put your phone in your coat.

bluck a stow. – Struck a blow.

Tea and flick collar = Flea and tick collar

Shore soldier = Sore shoulder

 Whale tagging = Tail wagging

“Keep The Love Growing”

Words I wish we would change – English

Knowing how my brain works, I’m sure these won’t be my last!


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There’s always the creativity factor within each and every artist’s mind of imagination. Since thought is pure energy, each of us pursues our own journey, passions and interest. For me, Art is a VERB, it’s the act of creation and to me much more than its Noun which can also bring pleasure and grace a patron’s loving home or their growing business.


Then there is the eye of the beholder who understands and appreciates what they see or simply dismisses what they fail to like or comprehend. And that’s OK. We’re different. But adding a variety of art to your life truly defines your inner spirit in enriching your life. Without art, all aspects of life would remain colorless, tasteless and ultimately, deadening.


Just like everyone enjoys different foods, clothes and lifestyles, why not Fine Art? The appreciation of different styles of art is influenced by a combination of individual, cultural, and societal factors. Here are some reasons why different people like different styles of art:

  1. Personal Taste and Preference: Each person has unique tastes and preferences. Art, like any other form of expression, resonates differently with individuals based on their personality, experiences, emotions, and interests. Some may prefer realistic art that captures familiar scenes, while others may be drawn to abstract or surreal pieces that evoke emotions and imagination.
  2. Cultural Background: Culture plays a significant role in shaping artistic preferences. Different cultures have diverse artistic traditions, aesthetics, and symbols that can influence how people perceive and appreciate art. For example, traditional Japanese art may appeal to someone from Japan due to their cultural upbringing and familiarity with its elements.
  3. Emotional Connection: Art has the power to evoke emotions, and different styles can elicit varying feelings. Some people may be drawn to art that stirs feelings of joy, nostalgia, sadness, or inspiration. The emotional response to art can be deeply personal and subjective.
  4. Art Education and Exposure: People exposed to various art forms through education or life experiences are more likely to develop an appreciation for diverse styles. Understanding the context, techniques, and historical significance of different art movements can enhance one’s understanding and liking for particular styles.
  5. Personality Traits: Individual personality traits can also influence artistic preferences. For example, someone who values order and structure may appreciate realistic or classical art, while someone with a more adventurous and open-minded nature may be drawn to experimental and contemporary styles.
  6. Social Influence: Art trends and popularity can be influenced by social factors such as media exposure, art critiques, and art market trends. Social circles and peer influences can also impact how individuals perceive and respond to certain styles of art.
  7. Cognitive Processing: How the brain processes visual information can affect artistic preferences. Some people may be drawn to intricate details and fine craftsmanship, while others may prefer simplicity and minimalism.
  8. Personal Experiences: Past experiences and memories can influence artistic preferences. Art that reminds someone of a special moment, place, or person may hold a special significance to them.
  9. Artistic Expression: Some individuals may have personal experiences in a particular art style, such as practicing it themselves or knowing an artist who works in that style, which can lead to a deeper appreciation for it.

Overall, the appreciation of art is a highly individualized and subjective experience, and the interplay of these factors makes it natural for people to have diverse tastes and interests in different styles of art.


about me

RIVO here. Welcome to my ART262.com website where I will unveil some unique presentations that enter the world of Digital Fine Art.  You will soon see my latest digital fine art compositions including my 3-minute animation series that cover all aspects of my artwork, interests and educational presentations.

If you appreciate gardening, I’d like to introduce you to my amazing wife, Lynn, who I’ve had the pleasure of working with documenting our amazing Wisconsin Garden. We’ve created over 1,000 family-friendly YouTube videos. Click icon below.


To view my latest ART262 Animation Series CLICK HERE


Many more features coming soon!



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