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Artist Jan Keteleer has been painting the world's oceans since 2021. Often depicting lone women swimming underwater, Jan Keteleer's paintings are a refreshing and beautiful addition to any home. His work has been compared to the Barbizon School and the Hudson River School. The work of Jan Keteleer is in many private, corporate, and museum collections.
Although most of his works are of real-life underwater scenes, Jan Keteleer often portrays lone figures in swimming pools and other environments. His technique and style are self-taught, and he describes his artistic approach as Contemporary Renaissance. In his paintings, women seem to be suspended in the water, surrounded by water. His skillful use of light, color, and environment allow him to create images of escape, transformation, and reprise.
His techniques allow him to use a variety of mediums, including oil paint, to create illusions. "Unbound" is an oil painting that shows how air bubbles, distortion in water, and camera glare can change a subject's appearance. The new mixed-media pieces by Jan Keteleer are atmospheric, and stem from his underwater photographs