kathy kissik


  “For Nothing is pleasing to God except the invention of beautiful and exalted things”          

                                                                              –William Blake

Elements of Baroque, Pop, and Renaissance splendor combine to form supersensory floral compositions. Possessing a familiar feel in their classical nature with futuristic overtones supported by otherworldly proportion and hues. Shifting patterns of translucent films engage the imagination in contemplation and possibilities. These pieces are windows. Here is a return to basics of color and form gone is innuendo and agenda. These are a celebration of creation over contemplating. The joy of the process is evident, inclusive, and contagious.

The works are painting, photography, technologically based, and have a sculptural feel in stature and design. They are made with nontoxic materials and can be adapted to fit many different architectural settings such as ceiling panels or as space dividers as well as traditional framed paintings. The adding and subtracting of 20-plus coats gives shape to form balanced with color. The scale of the artwork fills the viewer’s visual field, thus providing a grounding effect and visual respite from daily life. The light and layers collide in a continual dance mirroring the process in which it was born.

Floral bouquets of texture and color explode in a celebration of vitality and beauty. “Create the world you want to live in.”

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