Abstract with white, black, and neutral colors accented by warm and cool linear highlights in white, wooden floater frame.
About the Artist
Cheryl Kinderknecht is an abstract mixed media artist whose formal educational background includes a degree in Art from Fort Hays State University. Regardless of the subject matter portrayed or the medium used, her work is heavily influenced by the colors, patterns, strata, and textures of the Kansas High Plains landscape where she grew up. Kinderknecht further relies upon emotions, dreams, and memories to anchor and inform her work. Much of her inspiration is from within . . . a stream of consciousness and intuitive process that is attuned to expressing a mood or creating a sense of movement, balance, rhythm, and tension. Kinderknecht’s work is exhibited in local galleries, juried regional and national shows, and is included in many private collections throughout the United States and abroad. A visually impaired artist, Kinderknecht has been represented since 2019 by ArtLifting. a professional platform that markets the work of artists with disabilities.
Art on display at Courage Kenny and featured online at www.CourageArt.org