The Kick-About #32 ‘Low Dense’

A symphony of color and form this week.

Red's Kingdom


From the previous Kick-About’s deep and velvety shadows, courtesy of animator of silhouettes, Lotte Reiniger, to this Cinemascopic vista of glowing, saturated colours by the painter, Brian Rutenberg, and all the new work Low Dense has inspired in the same short space of fourteen days. Enjoy the view.


Graeme Daly

“When I was an ambassador for University one hot summer, similar to the melting heat in the UK at the moment, I was tasked with taking down the graduate shows of the students that proudly presented their creative work to their family, friends and fellow students. I spent a few weeks dismantling the makeshift wooden stages, pulling out nails and painting over the brightly coloured stripes and symbols that students designed to present their work in theme with their creations.

One task I had to do was take large canvases students had painted on, and throw them into…

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6 responses to “The Kick-About #32 ‘Low Dense’”

  1. D. Wallace Peach says :

    So beautiful, Kerfe. Your art in all its forms continues to amaze me. ❤

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  2. philgomm says :

    Many thanks, Kerfe X I hope Herzog’s dancing chicken is kicking up some dust in your imagination!

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  3. David Linebarger says :

    Love the colors in Low Dense by Brian Rutenberg. Would be fun to write on.

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