<p>Malaysian-born artist and expressionist Kenneth W H Lee weaves symbolic and metaphorical representations of human interactions through emotionally raw and visual narratives employing rich color and space. While obsessed with the power of light, Kenneth finds beauty in voids designed with spatial integrity, delicately balanced by the equilibrium of dance and moody hues amplified by textural harmony. This technique invokes a melancholic feel with a subconscious uplifting notion of inspiration. Kenneth dedicates his output to large abstracts, landscapes and portraiture; working in oils, acrylics, charcoal, ink and watercolor.</p>
<p>An abstract on a play of tonal variations and forms coupled voids.</p>
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<p>Install your stunning new wall art in just minutes with our pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware and easy-to-manage lightweight design. Even though they're light, our rock-solid construction boasts long-lasting durability.</p> <p>Featured image: <a href="/view/sunshine-and-love,2790040/?ref=pdp-feature">Sunshine And Love by Nikki Chu</a>.</p>Abstract Art Art Art by Décor Style Contemporary Art Entryway Art Contemporary Entryway Asian Art Best of ArtShine Collection Contemporary Art Abstracts Inspired By Willem de Kooning Kenneth W H Lee