KIA art

naughtWaltz

  • May 24, 2016
naughtWaltz

naughtWaltz. 48 x 32", mixed media on aluminum. As installed at a collector's. From the ongoing palimpsest series, which have complex data bas-reliefs. (See also "00Boogiewoogie" and the 84 x 60" "Here Her There He" ) They change a lot in different light; here's a second view:

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Snow Graffiti

  • February 23, 2016
Snow Graffiti

75' x 22'. Research for outdoor ephemeral project 5X this size (and for indoor one on sand, 1/2 this scale.)

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Woven Ocean (for yacht)

  • February 14, 2016
Woven Ocean (for yacht)

This is a 'flat sculpture' commissioned for the galley of a yacht.  The 'steel waves on the silver sea' scintillate in the changing light and movement of the boat, sparkling like sunlight on water. Underneath the stainless steel is a complex burnt craquelure surface, visible through the gaps. Museum installation experts were used to install the work, (which had to deal with up/down, right/left, and forward/back movements while sailing).  

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((0)), for Fun(d): Upstepped & Intermixed

  • February 14, 2016
((0)), for Fun(d): Upstepped & Intermixed

Image: “((0))”, size variable, but here 60” x 70”, acrylic on aluminum A tectonic / bar graph rearrangement of the painting (((0))), spliced with a couple white sections from a second painting. The original version of this work was chosen for the lobby of a hedge fund, but I suggested a rising arrangement, with a dynamic upwards movement of four segments. Shift, fluidity and transformation are constant themes in my work. This piece changes physically and perceptually: the iridescent paint light-shifts as you move (the banding appears); the silver gaps pop with the light; the various...

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WeeWireWerks

  • April 17, 2014
WeeWireWerks

Various works, acrylic on steel, sizes 6 x 9” - 11 x 14” Not all the art I make is on the main page. The smaller pieces, some photographs,  and many of the ephemeral outdoor works appear this newsblog -- not because they are of less importance (whatever that means) but because they have a different feel to them... micromonumental? So above/below are a few shots of an ongoing series of smaller wound works. Many are on walls in various collector’s homes. (Here's larger works in the series.) (These stemmed from a larger work completed three times : first as a linear abstract;...

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kankan

  • August 13, 2013
kankan

“kankan” by K.I.A. Mixed media on aluminum, 20” x 20” A smaller work, supersized later. Lots of new work, new series, not yet posted, bigger. Viewing by request; email. Another small work in the series...:

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Linear Mandala

  • January 8, 2012
Linear Mandala

Linear Mandala 11, mocha, mauve. 42” x 36”, acrylic on aluminum by K.I.A. 2009 From the ongoing series of linear code / zamboni'd line paintings. Installed (couple years ago) in collector’s lobby. The grey strip is  actually unpainted aluminum & has a metallic silver sheen.

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