Kim Keever is a native artist from the U.S. who has created abstract landscapes, and microcosms for several years. Keever’s creative process, involves pouring jet painting, mixed with water, creating atmospheres, jellyfish, fungi, shapes previously unseen, figures that probably would not be seen in the real world. Each scene is a continuous exploration with photography, and the behavior of liquid elements. Keever uses his skills to maximize his creative skills. Each day, he makes a shooting, getting about seven shots per spill paint. From these digital captures, he makes zooms, emphasizing the elements of the composition within the collage of nebulous forms. Then, he edits and adjusts images, and later processes hundreds of them, making a selection of which will become printed editions.
Source and images: © Kim Keever