Imagine looking at a painting where the figures look like they've been captured by a camera in motion; this will give you an idea of Alex Kanevsky's style. By refusing to paint clear, focused pictures, he captures a blurred perspective that forces viewers to look more than once.
Alex Kanevsy's subjects vary from an individual in a bathtub to a saddled horse wandering across the canvas. Whatever focus Kanevsky takes, his unfocused perspective is what makes these artworks stand out. He also employs vivid patches of red in his pieces that give the paintings a distinctly bold color palette. It is this combination of color and perspective that put Alex Kanevsky above his contemporaries.
Kanevsky is an American born painter and is influenced by the Impressionist style.
Artwork by Alex Kanevsky Has an Obscured Style
Jamie Danielle Munro — May 19, 2011 — Art & Design
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