"Abstract art focuses on the natural world. This work is filled with nostalgia for childhood and emphasizes the vulnerability of human beings. I use gold leaf and silver leaf to create this work. I also apply layers of paint and resin to the canvas. This process results in a unique look. "
Jan Keteleer is known for his oil paintings depicting lone figures. His latest pieces are more impressionistic and depict women in the water. While the works don't depict animals, they feature scenes of tropical paradises and women immersed in water. These images create a unique mood and inspire Jan Keteleer to create more intricate works. His paintings are a reflection of his unique vision of the world. You can explore his work online or at a gallery.
Jan Keteleer's paintings explore the baptismal surround and the effervescent bubbles cutting through the viridian abyss. His work is meant to convey the true essence of immersion, whether it be physical mental or spiritual. In addition to painting the human body underwater, he has also explored its relationship with water for over 15 years. This fascination has influenced his work, and his paintings are filled with human emotion.
- Jan Keteleer
- Image Size
- 4388x4388 / 394.6MB
- Contained in galleries