Light blue to teal to a creamy white gradient abstract painting. Daniel Klewer makes his medium stand out against gravity to create wonderful movement and illusions in his art. The motion that is brought to this piece looks as though a wave of water has freshly crashed onto the sand and is making its way back into the ocean. The artist's signature is on the back of the painting.
Artwork Size: 24"x18"
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Daniel Klewer was born and raised in Milwaukee and studied art at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay before earning a Master of Arts in visual studies from Cardinal Stritch University. He is now based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Klewer is best known for his painting process, which over the years has evolved into him nearly doing away with the brush and implementing a non-traditional paint application. Daniel’s love of oil and acrylic paint is evident in his treatment of his abstract paint surfaces. He enjoys a meditative, sequential process where the spontaneity of the material is allowed to influence the direction of the work. The methodical approach Klewer uses results in paintings that resemble photocopies or blurred photographs, recalling not only the blurred and scraped work of Gerhard Richter, but also the screen prints of Pop Artists like Andy Warhol.