Kim Keever's painterly, panoramic photographs represent the evolution of landscape painting embodied by the Hudson River School, Luminism, and Romanticism. Artificially contrived by the artist, Keever meticulously constructs his dioramas in a 200-gallon water tank and then submerges them in water. Working quickly to capture the diffusion of pigments with a large-format camera, he makes photographic glimpses into a world that is both familiar and fantastic, awash in unnatural colors.
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Interview with the Artist
1. When did you first realize you wanted to be an artist?
In first grade I realized I could something better than the other kids...art.
2. Who is your favorite artist?
3. What's your preferred drink?
4. What's your hidden talent?
I compose music.
5. What's your favorite quote?
"It's not that you set your goals too high, it's that you set your goals too low and achieve them."—Michelangelo