It's been a while since I wrote a journal featuring an individual artist, but was inspired to do so today when browsing through my Favourites folders and was reminded of the fabulous fractal art of Kim Beesknees67
, so this is the result.
Kim was still active on Deviantart when I re-joined the community in January 2015 after a break of many years and this was the first time I had come across her fabulous work. Sadly, she has not posted any new work wince October 2015. I'd like to feature a selection from her existing galleries, predominantly created with Ultra Fractal software.
Kim's work is inherently abstract, laiden with moody atmosphere and beautiful, subtle textures, somewhat reminiscent in style of Janet Parke infinite-art
who was (and still is!) one of my earliest inspirations, but with her own unique slant.
The earthy, muted colours and organic textures Kim uses in her work, in particular images such as Where Does It Begin?
, evoke an almost visceral response, drawing the eye in to another mysterious world full of beauty and intrigue.
Many of you will already be familiar with Kim's art, so I hope this will be an enjoyable reminder of her inspirational work!
Kim is currently pursuing her other big interest - nail art - and maintains a website on this subject: tenlittlecanvases.com/
I am hoping that one day soon we may see some new work by Beesknees67
appearing here on Deviantart, but in the meantime let's not forget about Kim and her wonderful contributions to the world of fractal art!