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New Work by Lafayette, LA Artist Dutch Kepler

Dutch Kepler

“Mudbugus Gigantis (Actual Size)″

acrylic on board

on view in the exhibition “Dutch Kepler” at Gallery 549, 549 Jefferson St., Lafayette, LA 70501 until the week before 2nd Saturday Artwalk in November.  For a gallery visit, please call 1.337.593.0796.

With his current body of work, artist Dutch Kepler offers viewers a host frenetic yet masterful paintings which explore man’s drive to either exploit nature or merge with it.   Kepler’s handling of his medium in this body of work is virtuosic.  He achieves a level of expression in paint that few today can equal: one that is abstract yet symbolic, exuberant, brutal, primal, and bold as POP art.

To read a full review of this body of work, go the earlier post titled “Going Down, Dutch?”

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New Work by Lafayette, LA Artist Dutch Kepler

Dutch Kepler

“Science Fair″

acrylic on board

on view in the exhibition “Dutch Kepler” at Gallery 549, 549 Jefferson St., Lafayette, LA 70501 until the week before 2nd Saturday Artwalk in November.  For a gallery visit, please call 1.337.593.0796.

With his current body of work, artist Dutch Kepler offers viewers a host frenetic yet masterful paintings which explore man’s drive to either exploit nature or merge with it.   Kepler’s handling of his medium in this body of work is virtuosic.  He achieves a level of expression in paint that few today can equal: one that is abstract yet symbolic, exuberant, brutal, primal, and bold as POP art.

To read a full review of this body of work, go the earlier post titled “Going Down, Dutch?”

New Work by Lafayette, LA artist Dutch Kepler

Dutch Kepler

“Red Spear″

acrylic on board

on view in the exhibition “Dutch Kepler” at Gallery 549, 549 Jefferson St., Lafayette, LA 70501 until the week before 2nd Saturday Artwalk in November.  For a gallery visit, please call 1.337.593.0796.

With his current body of work, artist Dutch Kepler offers viewers a host frenetic yet masterful paintings which explore man’s drive to either exploit nature or merge with it.   Kepler’s handling of his medium in this body of work is virtuosic.  He achieves a level of expression in paint that few today can equal: one that is abstract yet symbolic, exuberant, brutal, primal, and bold as POP art.

To read a full review of this body of work, go the earlier post titled “Going Down, Dutch?”