Almost a year ago, a friend gave me what looked like aluminum frames. Actually, they were template forms used to ensure exact positioning when soldering computer-boards.
While I explored several ways to incorporate them into my art, I finally settled on the more traditional adaptation you’ll see in this show.
As an abstract/non-objective artist, with interests going in different directions, I sometimes find it difficult to unify an entire body of work. I decided “silver” frames on everything would be a unifying element for what is usually my eclectic style.
Hope you like it.
Watercolors by Howard Kaye
Mixed Media Painting
The Selection of images for this portfolio is a chronological snapshot of my work over the last thirty years. Within this body of work, the viewer will discover reoccurring shapes, forms, patterns, and subject matter expressed through a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional media. Realism, surrealism, impressionism, and abstract styles have been explored throughout my creative journey.
Extension of 12x12" show in the Special Exhibit space