Dunnfield Creek #5115


Arthur Kvarnstrom's plein air watercolors are his response to the single location that he paints: Dunnfield Creek, Delaware. As the artist states: "The most important parts of a landscape are fleeting and exist briefly before being replaced by other events equally as impermanent. Nature is always changing, and water illustrates this perfectly - the play of sunlight on water, the ripples in a mountain stream, underwater currents." In these Haikus in paint, Kvarnstrom balances his skillful managing of watercolor with the unanticipated manner in which the paint ultimately takes form on the page.
  • Artist: Arthur Kvarnstrom
  • Unframed Art Dimensions: 22"W x 30"H
  • Watercolor on paper, framed, with 2.5" white mat and plexiglass
  • Wood frame in black or white: 0.75" W x 1.25"D
  • Typically ships within 2 weeks
  • SKU: SKDC51151011

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Arthur Kvarnstrom is primarily a landscape painter whose work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States, including Trahern Gallery at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville Tennessee and the Noyes Museum in Oceanville, NJ. In New York his paintings have been exhibited in solo shows at the Prince Street Gallery where he has been a member for ten years. New York group exhibitions include the George Billis Gallery and the Kouros Gallery. Recently he was awarded an artist’s residency by the Heliker-LaHotan Foundation on Cranberry Island in Maine. He has an MFA from Kent State and a BFA from the University of Arizona. He also studied drawing at the Art Students’ League. He currently lives in Manhattan and has a studio in Long Island City. Click here to see more from Arthur Kvarnstrom.