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Kenneth Grzesik

Garden View 8 (2020)

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The Garden View series came about in anticipation of spring during a cold and wetter than normal winter. Every day was the same wet monotone grey followed by a prolonged period of cold, wet darkness. I really, I mean really, needed to see some color. It was a kind of an escape fantasy. It was also a way to experiment with some new ideas that evolved...
The Garden View series came about in anticipation of spring during a cold and wetter than normal winter. Every day was the same wet monotone grey followed by a prolonged period of cold, wet darkness. I really, I mean really, needed to see some color. It was a kind of an escape fantasy. It was also a way to experiment with some new ideas that evolved from the previous series. All in all it was a very enjoyable experience. The image is an example of techno deco digital graphics.

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Degrees: B.F.A., Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1974 M.A., Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1977 C.C. Photoshop/Illustrator, Lake Washington Technical College, 2008, President's...

Degrees:

B.F.A., Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1974

M.A., Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1977

C.C. Photoshop/Illustrator, Lake Washington Technical College, 2008, President's List for Academic Achievement



My imagery is built around a concept. After a central idea is established I explore possibilities within a set of creative and aesthetic parameters. From my perspective visual art is idea, expression, experience and process fused to create a perceptual synergy.

Nature has always played an important role in my art. In the late seventies and early eighties it was the focal point of several commissioned installations in Seattle and Chicago. During the next two decades or so landscape painting and drawing were my primary areas of interest. The work was exhibited in minor venues in Washington and Hawaii.

It was in 2005 when I bought my first computer and digital camera. The initial attraction was the speed that imagery could be produced. It was exciting to work at the speed of idea where the time span between concept and image was short. What followed has been a nonstop process of photography and editing. Presented here is an assortment of images that are a visual record of that activity.

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