Latte 30"x30" acrylic on canvas color field painting by Victoria Kloch
I really had fun with this piece. To create the movement I had to use a lot of paint. I had paint all over the place. Working with paint like this gave me the flowing, oozing movement of the sienna in the white. I found with all of the different values of this one color so exciting that I decided not to add another color and kept it minimal in design. This painting is on stretched canvas and is ready to hang. Please contact for availability.
This color field is just as it is called, Deep Gray Blue. It is 30"x30" with painterly rolling textures. I came up with a neutral blue that I fell in love with against the white. It is not as bright as Prussian Blue yet very soothing to look at. For availability you can check the select works page or contact page. Please include the name of the painting in your inquiry. Thank you, Victoria
Quite Noise 30" x 30" modern color field painting by Victoria Kloch
I really enjoy this type of painting. I find beauty in soft contrast with only a touch of color peeking through. It is like each color has a mind of its own. Intuitively I am left with the decision on what to cover up and what not to but ultimately it is the happy accidents that remain that makes this process so exciting. Please check select work for availability.
#gerhard richter, #gerhard-richter inspired,
A Taste of Wine - Color Field abstract painting - 30"x40" acrylic on stretched canvas by Victoria Kloch - Sold
It is always a welcome surprise when a painting finds just that right collector and today was that day for the Taste of Wine. I recreated this same painting for the Fort Totten Community Center measuring 36"x60".
Green Field abstract color field painting by Victoria Kloch - Sold
My Green Field painting was created with layer after layer of glazes. This painting along with my painting Cinnamon was purchased by the same collector who I thoroughly enjoyed working with.
Cinnamon Color Field 48"x30" by Victoria Kloch has sold. This piece of modern minimalism was created by using many layers of glazes. Initially I applied aqua followed with burnt sienna. The intention was to neutralize the brightness of the aqua with the sienna and it worked beautifully.
For the past year I've been really busy getting a web site up for my sweet Kurt and I afraid this blog took a backseat. Now the world can see his amazing, shaped canvas paintings click here Kurt Wedgley.
OK..... now I can get down to business, so HELLO COLOR!
Chasing Rothko - a 36"x36" color field abstract by Victoria Kloch
It's no secret how much I love the work of Mark Rothko. This is one of my paintings that I recently created that was inspired by the master with a little twist of my own. Red, white, yellow, magenta and rose over yellow oxide with yellow oxide sides.
With the heart of a minimalist who paints complicated.