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Kathleen Kaller

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20121005173922-lemon_1
Blessed, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 36 X 48 Inches
20121005173711-babylove
Babylove, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 36 X 48 Inches
20121005173534-lotus_crppd
No Mud No Lotus, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 36 X 36 Inches
20121005173308-popi_crppd
Poppie, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 36 X 48 Inches
20121005173100-now_crppd
The most important moment is now, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 36 X 36 Inches
20121005172835-ragas_crppd
Ragas, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 36 X 48 Inches
20121005171901-ananda_crppd
Ananda, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 36 X 48 Inches
20121005172122-shake
Shake it out, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 48 X 60 Inches
20121005172404-lunar_crppd
Lunar, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas 48 X 60 Inches
20111007114243-kathleenkaller
Shakti, 2011 Oil on Canvas 40 X 40 Inches
20111007114154-invocation
Invocation, 2011 Oil on Canvas 40 X 40 Inches
20111007113959-her_embrace
Her Embrace, 2011 Oil on Canvas 40 X 40 Inches
20111007114716-yogini_dance
Yogini Dance, 2011 Oil on Canvas 24 X 48 Inches
20111007114536-she_resides_within
Sa'Ham: She Resides Within, 2011 Oil on Canvas 12 X 40 Inches
20111007104015-06_-_revelation_2010
Revelation, 2010 Oil on Canvas 36x36 Inches
20111007110657-07peak_2010
Peak, 2010 Oil on Canvas
20111007104459-04_healing_2010
Healing, 2010 Oil on Canvas 36x 36 Inches
20111007113622-08lullaby_2009
Lullaby, 2009 Oil on Recycled Wood Panels
20111007104644-05chromatherapy_2009
Chromatherapy, 2009 Oil,pastels,on Recycled Wood Panel 3 X 7 Feet
Humble_ocean
Humble Ocean, 2008 Oil on Canvas 24x48 Inches
Swimming-flowers
Swimming Love, 2008 Oil on Canvas 22x28 Inches
P1050062
Crimson Abstract, 2008 Oil on Canvas 16x20 Inches
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Hartford,CT.
Lives in
Santa Monica,CA.
Schools
Otis College of Art and Design, 2007
Emerson college, 1997, Film/Art History
Museum School, 2001
Tags
gallery mixed-media, research, non-profit, Association, collective, arts-education pop, landscape, surrealism, modern, traditional, photography, digital, abstract, conceptual
Statement

Rumi once wrote, “Let the beauty we love be what we do”. I cling to this statement because of this truth. There is a reason why I am drawn to certain things, people, colors, etc. That attraction plays a role in carving out my natural path. My work is derived from life’s drifting inspiration.

I look at elements of my art as remnants of my experiences. It represents dreams, memories, conversations, muses, breakthroughs and revelations. My approach is intuitive and I use color and size to excite and stimulate the viewer. I intend my paintings to be meaningful, inspiring and optimistic.

I have spent a lot of time being immersed in oceanic life, taking in countless sunsets, noticing low tides leaving sand formations on the bayside and then being swallowed up by the ocean at high tide. My process reflects this world. I continue to watch nature and the process of the paint as it moves and takes form on canvas. I can see the influence of water in the shapes as the painting takes form, like waves in the moving sea.

Most recently I have been tuned into the mystics, Hindu mantras, mythology, and being guided by the signs life offers us. The more intricate a painting, the more it defines an idea or thought and the looser a piece the more freedom and letting go. Like the ocean an ebb and the flow, contraction and release.