About the Artist
American abstract expressionist Kay Griffith delivers visual spectacles that entice the eyes. The thick texture within each of her oil paintings adds toward unique concepts behind her work, each large scale painting stimulates the mind and provides an interplay of emotions.
Inviting her audience inside a vortex of color play. Griffith has a keen eye that captures the delicate and subtle transitions in movement, her discipline, and mindful awareness of her surroundings works as a vital tool in creating improvisational abstracts that set the tone for existential questions.
“The Healer” exhibits a prime example of Griffith’s style, raw and refined bursting with color, and balanced with muted tones. The delicate layering of paint forms depth, and shape—a luminous direction of light works as a complementary factor in the painting. One of her most characteristic features is her use of thick impasto layers that structure shapes with lines, while at the same time, she employs a more free abstraction that values fluidity and movement above all. “Her paintings address the common threads that bind all humans while celebrating the unique nature of every individual. Griffith abstracts are enigmatic, and interpretation is elusive.”
Griffith combines all these elements and creates her unique artistic expression investing her personal touch and having a rich, diverse result.