Steve Breaux, BFA, MFA, Florida State University, is retired (2020) Professor of Visual Arts at
the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he taught Art and the Computer, Conceptual and
Formal Development, Advanced Drawing, and 2d. Design. For 25 years he has worked both as a solo artist and in collaboration with his wife and partner, Kathy Reed, in a variety of media
including process art, printmaking, painting on silk, computer animation/video, photography, and painting often in combination. He has researched the nature of the art process as it relates to differences between painting and digital (algorithmic) artwork for over 25 years. In 2011, his research led to the ideas and concepts in quantum physics, David Bohm in particular, which helped to shift his private research into a more public arena that included lectures and
In 2015 Steve was invited to present his published abstract Waking Space: The Emerging Art
Object, Quantum Theory, and Algorithmic Art at the Science of Consciousness Conference in
Helsinki, Finland. His work has been accepted regionally, nationally and internationally for
inclusion in galleries, museums, catalogues and exhibitions.