It has been asked over and over, if the surrealists had computers would they have used it to produce digital art? Perhaps a better question would be, if the cavemen had cars would they still walk? While many would argue that they would not, that fear of change and difference would have kept them to there usually methods. However, it is the nature of surrealism to try new things, to be adventitious. So it should come to no surprise that digital art has been embranced by the new surrealism movement. An artists, especially a surreal artists's aim is only to express by what ever means are provided. And digital art has provided a new window to expression. It has opened doors to things no classic surrealist chould have dreamed of. It is now possable to more acuretly produce the stuff of dreams. It allows one to pin-point there visions and quicky bring them to life in new and exciting ways. It has put the skills of the masters in the hands of the person who has not the time invested in learning traditional methods and thus speeded up the world of art to a fevious pace. We now can have master digital artists. This does now replace traditional art but rather adds to the ever growing palette of the artist. It has awaken the visions of otherwise unremarkable talents in terms of classic style, but with skills in computer arts. And given a new life to the world of art. In the twentieth-century we have devoted ourselfs to a pursuit of a sense of magic. And it is in the virtual world of digital art we have found ourselfs. This is a revolution in art, the third of its kind. Began so long ago with Dada, it has evoled into the an astonishing entity: digital fine art. I do not speak of a style or a method of artwork but rather the liberation of art itself.