acrylic on panel
artwork measures 12" x 12"
Keri Kimura is a visual artist living in Southwest Harbor, Maine. She studied painting at Smith College, the Glasgow School of Art, and the New York Studio School. Her work has recently been exhibited at Cynthia Winings Gallery, Blue Hill, ME (2021), The Golden Foundation for the Arts, New Berlin, NY (2020); and The Painting Center, New York, NY (2019).
This piece is part of Keri Kimura's November solo, Isolated Thunderstorms. "I didn't plan it, but this group of paintings became about green. I think the pandemic made all our worlds a little smaller, and in my case, I became focused on the view from my studio window. Over the neighbor’s roofline, I can see a glimpse of the ocean and the overlapping curves of a few mountains. Those simple shapes repeat in these paintings, overlaid with remembered and imagined landscapes."