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Autor: KaM©

~ 09/06/15

Artist KAM© in Washington Square Park New York City.

Artist KAM© in Washington Square Park New York City.

Painters SHAG & Karey Maurice @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery NYC. photo by Jonathan LeVine.

Painters SHAG & Karey Maurice @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery NYC. photo by Jonathan LeVine.

After experiencing some very negative feedback from some folks I thought I knew; it has driven me back to where I once started building a career, New York City.
Although I have great difficulty getting around it’s much better to struggle there than any place I can think of at the moment.
I enjoy visiting familiar territory around the west village & SoHo especially Washington Square Park where people still gather to soak up some sun and local entertainment.

But their is plenty more to descover just north west of 14th Street like the new elevated park called the Highline which runs through the new art gallery scene in Chelsea and begins with the new location of the Whitney Museum which I am dying to visit or even become a member.

My second to last visit I did a little gallery hopping and met SHAG aka Josh Angle who was just as groovy as his paintings suggest and I immediately detected his southern California swag.
I can’t wait until my next adventure.

Autor: KaM©

~ 03/06/15

'Englewood Cliffs' works on paper 8" x 10"

‘Englewood Cliffs’ works on paper 8″ x 10″

'Til Death' series Corrie Kibler

‘Til Death’ series Corrie Kibler

Rarely do I post pictures of new works of art on this blog page but, I must have something to show someone who may be interested in seeing my artwork.

The working method has changed dramatically from what I’ve been working on for the past year, it seems that experimentation is the optimal word here because I love to push the boundaries between past & present influences.

This time I’ve taken a step back in order to move forward using collage as the main ingredient.The materials are also a revisit from past experiments with stencil and spray paint and of course my WOWO® technique.

The subject matter is a little softer in content and I call these paintings ‘Cafe Style’ in the sense that the narrative is romance and longevity.