BROWSE BY STYLE
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Aerial views of snowy expanses, colorful beaches, and geological formations…or macro impressions of crystals, seashells, and bodily tissues? No matter how you see it, Kristi Kohut’s abstract Symphonic Atlas series challenges perception and invites interpretation.
Somewhere between micro and macro, these pieces invite the viewer to step back and absorb the glittering aesthetic of the organic, highly varied raw materials. Each flower stands alone, welcoming interpretation in its own right, while also playing off the color and language cues of its neighboring blossoms.
Organic lines in contrasting colors appear to subtly vibrate in these abstract works. Each piece in this series begins with a rectangular sheet of rice paper, and is transformed with stripes varying widths of color using acrylic, ink, watercolor, and pastel, inviting the viewer to find their own song in resonant, rhythmic color combinations.
Otherworldly colors, patterns and text are combined from original photography and illustrations in this series to give a three-dimensional quality, shimmering and shifting with the viewer’s eye. Each piece is hand-embellished, adding texture and dimension from cut glass crystals and beads.
DOTS + MARKS
Inspired by nature, these pieces radiate with colorful clusters of dots and marks made from of acrylic, ink and pastel. The pattern and symmetry take center stage, drawing the eye in endless routes across the artwork’s surface to explore unique and pulsating color combinations.
Each piece in this multi media series focuses on dimension with elements of everything from hand-embellished hand-cut artwork to clothing tags and other found paper, finished with shimmers of cut glass glitter. Whether created from a block of lucite or a completely unique layered structure, viewers are invited to unique 360 degree experience with every glance.