30 September, 2010

The Dramatic Landscape

In The Draw, Green
9.75" x 9.75"
Pastel
Casey Klahn


At the Tinman Too in Spokane this Friday night, October 1st., from 5-9 PM, you can see The Dramatic Landscape, pastel images by Casey Klahn. The exhibit will hang throughout October, and next door at the Tinman Gallery will be bronze works and mixed media by renowned artist Harold Balazs.




Press - Spokane Visual Arts Tour

13 comments:

loriann said...

Dramatic is right! This is exciting! Enjoy your opening.

Charlene Brown said...

Wow, this really is dramatic -- and very beautiful. I wish I could see the real thing, and I sure hope you will show us othr images from the show.

Parapluie said...

In The Draw Green tells a story. A story like this one is inseperable from the drama. Very inspiring.

Jean Spitzer said...

Beautiful; love the rhythm of the red and green, blue and orange.

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

This is eye-popping! I agree with Charlene and hope that you will post more images of what is hanging in Spokane! Love that orange. Zing. Kvan

Jala Pfaff said...

Breathtaking.

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, Loriann, Charlene, Diane, Jala, Jean and KVAN. The images I'll have in Spokane are all posted here already - Prairie and Rivers. But, they've never been exhibited in Spokane before, and I will take plenty of pix tonight.

This image, In The Draw, Green, is of the Bald Ridge area west of my house. It is executed from memory, and represents a draw with wild rose bushes. The deer love it.

Lisa McShane said...

Your show will be beautiful - wish I could be there.

Casey Klahn said...

Wish you could, too, Lisa. We'll be in a show together someday, huh?

Angela said...

Beautiful!!! I love the textures and colors! *HUGS*

Casey Klahn said...

Back atcha', Angela! Great to see you.

Deb Stewart said...

I love your dramatic landscape pastel. Beautiful. I really admire your pastels. Your color choices are wonderful. Inspiring.

Casey Klahn said...

Thank you, Deb. This year my landscapes have moved back toward the abstract side.

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