K. L. Graywill's
Welcome to my virtual galleries, where you can view individual series of my art by series.
UPCOMING AND PAST EXHIBTIONS
The size of my landscape pieces vary in sizes, ranging from 9x12" to 36x48". All acrylic. I started painting in early 2014, my senior year of high school. The first and current subjects of my paintings are landscapes, the vast majority are fictional - places I imagine. View previews below of some of my favorites, or you can learn more about one of my solo galleries, Makings of a Mind or my 3D printed topographical models of my landscape art.
Sometimes my travels inspire landscape paintings from around the world:
This art itself is not pathological, but it is about pathology. The pieces represent transitions from healthy to unhealthy, and render the changes take place at cellular level in the development of an illness. Each piece is accompanied by a placard showing the real life microscopic and histological inspirations:
THE PRAGUE SKETCHES
A short, impromptu series of cityscapes from Prague drawn with ballpoint pen on paper from a steno notepad (which also contained notes from the health ministry internship I was on at the time - it was a notebook with diverse content). Each drawing is 6x9".
A graphite portrait series of some of peers that were my inspirations and closest friends while I was a student at Duke University. Graphite on toned gray sketch paper. Each portrait took anywhere from 1-2 hours. All 30 were drawn over the course of a few days, during fall break of my last semester at Duke.
30 FRIENDS FOR FALL BREAK
Digital portraits are drawn in editing software with a drawing tablets - just like drawing but with a stylus and a computer screen. Here are some of my digital portraits and snapshots of my process.
PORTRAITS FROM AMMAN
A graphite portrait series of some of the members of the family that hosted me in Amman when I worked for the Red Cross/Red Crescent Society in Jordan. Read my blog post about it. >>
PROFESSIONAL & COMMISSIONED WORK