Paul Klee pioneered this style of adjacent multiple bars of muted colors.
This is the follow up to In The Key Of Klee #1. There are a number of differences. The principal image is painted on an unstretched sheet of canvas bonded to masonite board. The border of the surface is treated & painted gauze plaster tape affixed to the board. The black keys are painted plaster tape cutouts.
Three different images appeared to me…one of a stacked, jagged keyboard, another of a big city skyline, the other of a crowd of people.
Acrylic and raw canvas, gauze plaster tape on masonite board 16 x 20
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