photographs & paintings

©Shona Keir 2020

Sunset over the Hudson River, NYC
in the spotlight
black white tree central park
central park lake spring
Red, Black and White Abstract
pink flowers central park nyc
tree reflection the lake central park nyc
Pink & Blue Flowers Abstract
Blue/Grey/White Abstract
statue of liberty hudson river sunset
pershing square thank you first responders new york city
Purple and Pink Abstract
hudson river sunset from uws nyc
79th street boat basin hudson river uws nyc
manhattan new york city buildings sunset uws
Pink & White Abstract
central park reservoir nyc social distrancing
shakespeare's garden red white orange tulips central park nyc
Blue, Yellow & Green Abstract
central park reservoir ues manhattan nyc
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paintings are available. 
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Art is the way for me to see, understand and relate to the world.
The photographs are the result of my ritual wandering through
the city.  My collection explores more than one subject, and many of
the photographs explore the union of urban life and nature, because there is an intersection between the two subjects that has a striking resonance, a diverse expression within life in all its forms.

Cities don’t always conjure up an immediate image of solitude and grace where nature and noise overlap, but in that apparent conflict there is a harmony that keeps me going and inspires creativity. 

My paintings follow a different path but attempts to join in the feeling of peace and contentment.  When I start working on a painting there is no predetermined destination, just a strong a need to mesh colors and let my subconscious talk. 

Once a painting is complete, all sorts of little scenes are revealed.  One of my favorite things to do after finishing a painting is to ask people what they see. They often notice different scenes, and with accumulating perspectives, a fuller story emerges.  


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