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New York, NY artist Kim Keever

Kim Keever’s Unusual Water Tank Diorama Photography

Smoke 4 - Colorful Smoke by Kim Keever – American artist Kim Keever did new abstract creations for his exhibition “Across the Volumes” at the Waterhouse & Dodd in April 2014. From a mixture of paint and water, kinds of colorful volutes appear in the air, under the shapes of clouds, mushrooms or jellyfishes.

Colorful Smoke by Kim Keever

American artist Kim Keever did new abstract creations for his exhibition “Across the Volumes” at the Waterhouse & Dodd in April From a mi

American artist Kim Keever's dazzling photographs, featuring colourful abstract compositions sometimes dubbed 'Art Under Water', are created by pouring pigments into a 200-gallon tank and capturing the...

American artist Kim Keever's dazzling photographs, featuring colourful abstract compositions sometimes dubbed 'Art Under Water', are created by pouring pigments into a tank and capturing the.

KIM KEEVER'S WATER TANK DIORAMA PHOTOGRAPHY

Best of 2013: Kim Keever's Water Tank Diorama Photography

Juxtapoz Magazine - Best of Kim Keever's Water Tank Diorama Photography

Kim Keever’s Unusual Water Tank Diorama Photography

Art: Astonishing landscapes created in tanks of water by artist Kim Keever

When Judy Chicago Rejected a Male-Centric Art World with a Puff of Smoke. The piece set off the artist’s interest both in feminizing the male-dominated atmosphere around her and in pyrotechnics.

When Judy Chicago Rejected a Male-Centric Art World with a Puff of Smoke. The piece set off the artist’s interest both in feminizing the male-dominated atmosphere around her and in pyrotechnics.

Abstract 15443, 23x24", 48x46", 2015

Abstract 15443, 23x24", 48x46", 2015

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Kim Keever, and no Photoshop in sight. I first saw this astonishing photographer at the 2016 London Art Fair (SJ)

Bleak: While Mr Keever uses some animals in his scenes, his work has been said to mirror life on Earth in pre-historic times due to the absence of people

Wacky artist creates amazing pre-historic landscapes in 6ft FISHTANKS… but sadly there’s no room for the fish

Kim Keever actually creates these eerie miniatures inside a 200 gallon fish tank, and turns them into large scale photographs.

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