This artist is on fire with geometric passion running through his veins! My partner Kurt Wedgley is finally doing what he always wanted to do. For the past two years Kurt has been telling me that he wanted to make paintings on complex structured canvases. Boy, he wasn't kidding me. This geometric piece of fine art is titled Pueblo Errante - Wandering Village. The striking presentation is 4'x6'x5" with 56 corners, floating post and boxes that create shadows on white canvas. All of the edges have been carefully beveled on his engineered frame that took over two weeks to build. I'm excited, he promised to build one for me to paint on. I can hardly wait.
My latest painting is titled 'The Year of the Ox'. This ink abstract was created on handmade paper by the Indigo Company.
Titled 'Year of the Snake' a 22"x30" ink abstract painting by Victoria Kloch. I'm so mesmerized by the interaction of the ink on this beautiful rustic handmade paper by The Indigo paper company, This is my current direction in between commission work. When I paint with black inks on this handmade earthy paper using the bamboo reed dip pen I am probably in the closest thing to Zen that I can get to. We all need that, right? The final result creates a natural elegance that I'm so in love with. Framing these on top of the mat to display the gorgeous deckled edges with the natural dents and waves of this handmade paper would be the icing on the cake. Thanks for visiting.
Octopus Ink is an ink on watercolor abstract painting. I just let it go with this one with blooms, puddles and drips. This large 29"x 41" painting was created on beautiful Fabriano watercolor paper. This piece is currently available to purchase.
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Puddle Jump - original large watercolor 29.5"X41" - modern minimalism by Victoria Kloch
Working with black ink is so exciting. I love how it puddles, blooms and runs. The results on this hot pressed watercolor paper is simply elegant. This painting is now available for purchase - $726.00. Frame and mat are not included.
Fireworks - original ink wash painting on watercolor paper 24"x18" - Sold
Painted on the 4th of July. I used a bamboo reed dip pen called a Calame for this piece.
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I love the challenge of painting color fields. Though Helen Frankenthaler was the first to paint color fields, Mark Rothko is probably the first artist that comes to mind when someone talks about mid century color field painting. Why do I find block painting a challenge? Taking big blocks of color and making them interesting by using multiple layers is necessary but the reward is watching them develop before my eyes that I find exciting. This is one of my paintings using neutrals for background and blue for my blocks.
With the heart of a minimalist who paints complicated. I live contently in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA. Welcome to my world.