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Stephen King | Indianapolis Artist

Stephen King (not the horror writer) is a native artist from the Midwest who now makes his home in the outskirts of Indianapolis, Indiana. His work is made solely with oils, mostly done on canvas. He says he loves nothing more than the everyday, and hopes to capture moments that might otherwise go by.

His styles include the impressionistic, expressionist and the representational, and he has invented his own individualistic blend of the three approaches. A silver urn, for example, might be the centerpiece of one of his paintings, but it will be placed on a brightly striped cloth that reflects in its every surface, making of the original subject something more, and lending life and motion to the piece as a whole.

His color palettes are invariably rich and warm, and the warmth is emphasized by the impressionistic strokes the textures of his canvasses receive. Great attention is given to light and dark; indeed, he says he focuses more on them than the forms in the paintings themselves.

Steve shows his work not just in Indianapolis art galleries, but also all over Indiana and sometimes into Ohio. His work has been exhibited in the Hoosier Salon, the Brick Street Gallery Walk in Zionsville, the Indiana State Museum, and the Indianapolis Central Library. He has earned a respectable position among other local artists in the Indianapolis art community.

Stephen King, Indianapolis Artist
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