‘Lydia’s White Sea’ 30″x40″ modern geometric by Victoria Kloch
Lydia’s White Sea
There once lived a jellyfish and a little girl named Lydia.
Together they traveled the white sea.
Though their journeys were vast, they would always return.
It was the crystal sea they loved the best.
This painting reminds me of my Granddaughter Lydia. When Lydia was young she loved to draw and paint mostly jellyfish.
‘Under the Eames Tree’ geometric soft pastel abstract painting by Victoria Kloch
For the younger readers, I probably should explain why this title? The designers Charles and Ray Eames were key players in mid century art and revolutionized office and home furniture that is now considered as classic Eames. To make a long story short, after I finished this piece the title it hit me like a brick. It looked treeish, mid century with primarily colored blocks….yep….’Under the Eames Tree’. Below is a picture of the house that they called home.
Titled ‘Green Field’ acrylic glazes, 21″ x 27″ color field painting by Victoria Kloch
This piece was commissioned as a re-creation of my original ‘Taste of Wine’ This one is 36″x 60″ and resides in a community center back East at Fort Totten Northeast Washington, D.C.
Abstract minimalism painting, Titled ‘Zen Bones’ 17.5″ x 17.5″ by Victoria Kloch
Quirky and playful watercolor gouache on paper with geometric intent. 5″ x 7″ Palette yellow, blue with silver ink. By Victoria Kloch – available.
This geometric painting titled ‘Peeking Beyond the Curtain’ by Victoria Kloch is a large gouache watercolor measuring 36″ x 29.5″ Shown here with horizontal orientation, it can also be hung vertical. This is available for purchase.
Title ‘Intention’ 40″x 30″ West Coast hard-edge geometric abstract by Victoria Kloch
‘Motion’ 36″x48″ modern abstract by Victoria Kloch
This piece is now available in prints. Please click on image for many available sizes.
‘Transcend’ commission heading for Brazil un stretched – 48″ x 85″ acrylic by Victoria Kloch
Home sweet home.
The process of creating this piece here was using many, many thin layers that ultimately created depth with a look of an oil/watercolor painting. The rewards of this slow process results in what comes to my eye is a pool of jewels, a foggy, mystical piece that draws your eyes and hands in for a closer look.
. . . in the 2015 May issue of Coastal Living Magazine. I’m painting a smile on my face!
‘Transcend’ 24″x36″ acrylic modern abstract by Victoria Kloch