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Ken Auster Coastal Cactus Master Works Edition On Canvas
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Status: In Stock Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Master Works Edition On Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition Of 50 | Dim:48 inches wide by 40 inches tall | Ken Auster| Item #: KA00006


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NOTES: Ken Auster's Contemporary California Impressionism took on new dimensions when he created these two eight-foot landscapes of the Southern California coast. In the late 1800s when the Impressionists ventured out of their studios and into nature to capture the effects of sunlight and atmosphere, it was quite revolutionary.Today it’s a familiar concept.“Artists come to the Laguna Beach area from all over the world because of the light, the way the sea
affects the atmosphere, and the natural beauty of the beach and surrounding hills,” says artist Ken Auster, who's own fresh style works classic plein air magic in the studio. “I work only in oils and my paintings are very ‘juicy,’ very loose and very of-themoment.” Auster has an exceptional eye for chromatic subtleties and his understanding of color and light are on display in this pair of dramatically out-sized Southern California landscapes, the first two of this new series. A lifetime can be spent filling in the details as the eye travels, catches and circles around through each of these landscapes.The four foot wide MasterWork® canvases (half the size of the original paintings) will transform any room they grace.You can almost smell the land, heat and sea breeze in these West Coast landscapes..

Coastal Cactus  Master Works Edition On Canvas by Ken Auster  is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Ken Auster bio

KRemembering Ken Auster It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our artist, Ken Auster. In his formative years in Long Beach, California, Ken grew up with his feet deeply planted in surf and sand. Caught up in the ground swell of the 1960s surfing culture, Ken plunged into both the sport and the art and graphics that came out of the new surfing craze. In the 1990s, Ken Auster moved into plein air painting, capturing immediate scenes in a painterly realist manner, but maintaining a strong graphic sensibility from his previous experience. The result was a painterly evocation of cityscapes, landscapes, interiors and, of course, beach scenes that have an uncommon graphic and geometric strength. In his own words, Ken described his art: β€œI’m really drawn to the irony of what I do. I love that juxtaposition of paintings you recognize from art history with everyday experiences. What I like to do is paint things a little more common, more everyday. They say if you are able to take something ugly and paint it beautifully, then you’ll have a beautiful painting and something a little beyond the obvious or what’s expected.” We will miss working with Ken, and cherish his work that we published.

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