Location: United States
Duygu Kivanc is an artist who has shown her work at the United Nations, SOHO, Chelsea in New York, Alexandria, McLean and Fairfax in the Northern Virginia/Washington DC area as well as internationally in various countries. Duygu has an Associates Degree in Textiles. She considers her participation in the Art Students' League (open studio programs) in New York has influenced her development style in art. Especially, Knox Martin's instruction on abstraction has very strong influence. Kivanc presents works inspired by her three years in Bhutan in narrative text and mixed-media pictures totaling 38 pages, making this a brief art book. In addition to paintings of the South Asian nation, the artist has included illustrations of her native Turkey as well as Hawaii and a more abstract work
Lives and works in Turkey and in the United States
AQUARIUM, 2019 DIGITALIZED ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING 28.3X23.6 IN. | 72X60 CM.
WATERFALL LANDING, 2018 DIGITALIZED ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING 31.4X31.4 IN. | 80X80 CM.?
PEACE, 1986 OIL ON CANVAS 22X14 IN. | 55X35 CM.?
entitled "Peace." The artwork is somewhat stylized with characteristically solid elements flowing together to create the scene. The assembled paintings evoke a vivid sense of time and place. While Kivanc clearly experiments with various media, a strong aesthetic point of view is present in each composition
too. A few of the best works can be compared with Gauguin in terms of their unnatural color palette and the use of flat interconnecting shapes. These works include "Child Carrying Child" and "Palace Gate Road." Readers who enjoy the style of David Hockney's landscapes will also enjoy "Hills" and "Through
the Window" in which soft flowing swathes of fantastical colors evoke a panorama. The subjects of the paintings are mostly landscapes, women, and children.
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