Size: 14"W x 11"H x 0.1"D
Year Created: 2016
NOVEMBER is an original modern landscape on paper. It is part of my "Year of Landscapes" series. Acrylic on art paper. Mounted on board and matted in white mat. Ready to frame. Deep indigo blue, grey, white and metallic bronze.
Mat is 11 x 14 / opening is 8 x 10
Shipped in protective plastic sleeve.
I create art because I love color, pattern, textures. I prefer abstracts over realism and I like to combine colors based on what I see in nature, the landscape and various feelings they convey.
My process is varied -- I either work on my textured and linear abstract landscapes when I'm feeling more controlled or throw caution to the wind and work on a very uncontrolled abstract that uses color to bring forth an expressive feeling.
Living in the desert SW, I often use the glorious sunsets we get to inspire me, but sometimes my inspiration comes from a great jazz tune that's playing on Pandora or a good old movie on TCM I like to listen to in the background when I paint. I just go where the eclectic sound and paint takes me with Cary Grant, Bette Davis or listening to Frank Sinatra, Brazilian Jazz, Brooks & Dunn, Kid Rock or Nickelback (I said eclectic!).
KR Moehr is an artist in Tucson, AZ. Originally from Michigan, I spent many happy hours roaming through the Detroit Institute of Art (DIA) and marveling at masterpieces and developing a true love for art. I eventually earned a B.A. in Communications and worked in marketing/communications for automotive suppliers in suburban Detroit. Eventually, I moved west to rainy/quirky Portland, OR and lived there for several years during which I first picked up a paintbrush to record a particularly lovely watercolor sunset. It was awful; I was hooked. My life journey took me to my current home in sunny Arizona where I love to try to capture some of the natural desert beauty and amazing sky shows we get. After working to learn and hone my artistic skills, I now paint mostly in the abstract expressionist style and enjoy working with textured art. My media of choice is acrylics or water-based oils.