BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Boca Raton Public Library’s new art exhibit, “The Kollection by Keith,” is now on display in the entrance of the Downtown Library at 400 NW 2nd Avenue. Visitors of all ages will enjoy thirteen of artist Keith Kanouse’s unique paintings, which combine geometry and vivid colors to create a 3-D effect.
Kanouse uses his “right brain,” he says, in his work as an attorney at his law firm, Kanouse & Walker, P.A., in Boca Raton, but exercises his “left brain” by creating modern art with acrylic paint. Having never taken an art class, he has nonetheless been inspired to improve on the artwork he has viewed in notable art galleries in the United States and overseas.
When asked how he finds ideas for his works of art, Kanouse explains, “Many of my paintings are based on the place where they are to hang. The surrounding colors, furniture and furnishings give me inspiration for the style and colors of the painting.”
“The Kollection by Keith” exhibit will run through September 29, 2014. For more information about the exhibit, contact Neil Schulhoff at the Boca Raton Public Library at (561) 393-7852.
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