Keever’s ghostly and sensuous abstract prints capture the dynamic interaction that occurs when pigment is poured into a 200-gallon tank of water. The billowing clouds of color and floating wisps of luminescent shades, combine to create evocative forms that feel as corporeal as they do ephemeral.

Keever describes the process through which he arrives at these images as “controlled randomness.” He can choose the hues of the pigment and where he places it in the water, but the unique shapes and characteristics that surface are entirely without human intervention. This method allows the artist to explore new dimensions in his work, quickly searching for compositions he wants to capture with his large-format camera before they mutate and vanish.

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