Oiling the Reel in Orange-Yellow By: James Keeton

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James Keeton is a painter and educator focused on abstract form, expression, and narrative. In this series, his depictions of fishermen serve as a springboard for abstracted images. Color is emphasized, with paintings created in different dominant hues. Horizontal and vertical lines combined with delineated planes reflect an interest in early twentieth century modernism.
In this series, depictions of fishermen serve as a springboard for abstracted images. Color is emphasized, with paintings created in different dominant hues. Horizontal and vertical lines combined with delineated planes reflect an interest in early twentieth century modernism. Due to the rhythmic organization, use of color, and humorous tone, these images have taken a direction entirely their own. The relationship between the subject and the design unify the expression.
  • Details:

    • rhythmic organization, abstract, non-figurative, color-field, fine art, modern, fishermen
    • GIN-1125-520
    • 48
    • 60
    • Wooden crate
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • No
    • Canvas
    • Vertical
    • United States
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  • Details:

    • rhythmic organization, abstract, non-figurative, color-field, fine art, modern, fishermen
    • GIN-1125-520
    • 48
    • 60
    • Wooden crate
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • No
    • Canvas
    • Vertical
    • United States

About

James Keeton is a painter and educator focused on abstract form, expression, and narrative. In this series, his depictions of fishermen serve as a springboard for abstracted images. Color is emphasized, with paintings created in different dominant hues. Horizontal and vertical lines combined with delineated planes reflect an interest in early twentieth century modernism.
In this series, depictions of fishermen serve as a springboard for abstracted images. Color is emphasized, with paintings created in different dominant hues. Horizontal and vertical lines combined with delineated planes reflect an interest in early twentieth century modernism. Due to the rhythmic organization, use of color, and humorous tone, these images have taken a direction entirely their own. The relationship between the subject and the design unify the expression.