With a 200 gallon aquarium, water, paint and ink as his medium, Kim Keever creates underwater art for his series Abstract Images. It’s not the first time we’ve been wowed by this kind of abstract art, however Kim’s experimental randomness makes his work especially mesmerizing and uniquely fascinating.
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