Photograph of Artist CHRIS MCKINNEY
CHRIS MCKINNEY
Lake Forest, California - United States



Original Artworks (6)

Chris Mckinney; Gastropada, 2008, Original Computer Art, 33.9 x 33.9 inches. Artwork description: 241  This class, containing over 35,000 living and 15,000 fossil gastropod species, comprises the largest class of Mollusca, and includes the limpets, top shells, periwinkles, slipper shells, snails, slugs, sea hares, abalones, nudibranches, or sea slugs, and sea butterflies. ...
Chris Mckinney
Original Computer Art, 2008
33.9 x 33.9 inches (86.1 x 86.1 cm)
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Chris Mckinney; Cocoon, 2008, Original Computer Art, 33.9 x 33.9 inches. Artwork description: 241  digital/ computer 2008 the first in a series ( Metamorphosis) ...
Chris Mckinney
Original Computer Art, 2008
33.9 x 33.9 inches (86.1 x 86.1 cm)
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Chris Mckinney; The Girl With Kaleidoscop..., 2006, Original Painting Acrylic, 9 x 12 inches. Artwork description: 241 acrylic on gessobord 2006...
Chris Mckinney
Original Acrylic Painting, 2006
9 x 12 inches (22.9 x 30.5 cm)
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Chris Mckinney; Creation, 2006, Original Painting Acrylic, 20 x 20 inches. Artwork description: 241 Acrylic on canvas 2006...
Chris Mckinney
Original Acrylic Painting, 2006
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Chris Mckinney; The Spirit Of Dionysus, 2006, Original Painting Acrylic, 12 x 16 inches. Artwork description: 241 acrylic on canvas 2006...
Chris Mckinney
Original Acrylic Painting, 2006
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Chris Mckinney; Taoism, 2006, Original Painting Acrylic, 36 x 36 inches. Artwork description: 241 acrylic on canvas 2006...
Chris Mckinney
Original Acrylic Painting, 2006
36 x 36 inches (91.4 x 91.4 cm)
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Artist Statement

My best work is completely improvisational. It comes from outside my self, from a place unknown to my self, where the art takes on a life of it's own and creates it's self. I try very hard not to categorize my work, or create any boundaries for it. If I find myself thinking to much about it, that's when I loose my creative flow. Each piece must be allowed to take on that life of it's own and show me where to put that next brush stroke. This approach has become almost meditative, zen like for me. It is at these times when I reach this place that the gift that is given to all us artists rears its head and gives the world one more thing of beauty. ...

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