Size: 30"W x 24"H x 1.5"D
Year Created: 2016
Ready to Hang
My abstract art is inspired by the beautiful flowing forms found in nature. . . The rock formations of the Colorado Badlands. . . . .The underwater panoply of sea-kelp and anemone . . . . . The furious and violent flow of molten lava . . . . The shifting, blowing sands of an ocean shore . . . . the marbled textures of natural granite. . . or the stark, cratered surface of the Moon. I can get lost for hours in contemplation and meditation as I look at these images . . . . and I hope you enjoy them as well :)
These works of art are created with Acrylic paints. I use fluid pours, drizzles, splatters, and drips of paint to create the effects you see here. Each painting is unique and and impossible to duplicate. You can be assured that the painting you purchase is a one-of-a-kind original!
This painting was inspired by the beautiful nebula colors in outer space. I love astronomy, and wanted to communicate some of those mixed colors and teased streamers of nebulosity through paint. This painting was done with thick acrylic, and there remains many ridges and ripples and quite a bit of texture on the canvas, similar to an "impasto" technique. The edges are painted black, and the piece is suitable for hanging as-is. I leave this un-wired on the back so that you can choose the orientation in which you wish to hang it in your home. Enjoy!
My name is Kevin Wilber, and I am a musician and artist in the Seattle, WA area. Having experimented with several different art mediums over the years (Spray Paint Art, Pencil, Pen and Ink) I have begun a new exploration into the world of Abstract with Acrylics on canvas, I find the act of painting to be exciting and soothing at the same time, even though that sounds contradictory! Each painting is a journey of discovery as the final image is in the process of being revealed and created, and yet the act of creating beautiful images is also very cathartic and brings a sense of peace and joy. I hope that you enjoy these paintings and that they bring you as much joy to behold as they did for me to create :)