Keith Kattner’s recent exhibition – Upcoming at Soho Contemporary Art in November

KEITH KATTNER – ENTROPY

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TriBeCa, New York City:  One Arts Space was honored to present KEITH KATTNER, fine art landscape painter with Entropy which will return in a featured gallery exhibition in Noho this November..

“Entropy is the universal law where nature’s tendency is towards randomness and decay.

Civilization, on the other hand, is one towards creation and order.

This uneasy transfer of energy between creation and destructive process affects everything we do and has been present since the beginning of time,” says Kattner.

Keith Kattner is the first to discover entropy, a scientific universal law combined with the innovation in figurative composition.

The ability to create this style of artwork is the artist painting in a high level of science.

Keith’s bucolic hues combined with visions of deconstruction scenes or societal gatherings are the depiction of years of research, nouvelle and original.

This is the first to date of this unique figurative oil on canvas study.

This solo exhibition introduces the latest works by the artist along with his Classical Studies and the Reflection Series.

 You are invited to study the details within each and every frame to understand the unique inventive mind of this painter.

Study the various geographical combinations.

The subdued hues are the cache of these artworks.

We all have imagination to discover a unique viewpoint in art.

Try to discern what the meaning is for you in each artwork in the Entropy Show.

This exhibition marks the beginning of a new movement in art.

ABOUT KEITH KATTNER Biography:  Dr. Kattner is an art collector/neurosurgeon-turned-artist from Bloomington, Illinois. Becoming an artist evolved early in his career. With the same discipline and tenacity he used in medical school, he taught himself to paint, working up to ten hours a day, perfecting his style and use of color.

One of the reasons for retiring from medicine after a 30 year career is that he felt he did not have enough time to paint.

His passion for studies of American History and Science took up every waking hour, inspiring him to pursue his artistic quest. Dr. Keith Kattner was featured in a solo exhibition at The Salomon Arts Gallery / TriBeCa in Urban Bucolic that caused quite a stir in the art industry.

He was a recent speaker at the inaugural Barnes & Noble Art Talks who presented recent artworks on the Upper East Side and how he got his start in painting. He shared his passion of art history, the great masters and concluded with a description of his private collection as an avid art collector with over 50 artworks on loan to the Dixon Gallery and Gardens in Memphis, Tennessee.

He discussed the mythical figures in his work, as well as his pivotal decision shift from a 30-year medical career to become an artist.

 Dr. Kattner’s early childhood career began with art lessons in Omaha. During his 30 year medical career, he studied pre-1945 American Art and visited museums. Yet becoming an artist evolved early in his career.

With the same discipline and tenacity he used in medical school, he taught himself to paint, working up to ten hours a day, perfecting his style and use of color. He has made the transition to retire from medicine for he felt he did not have enough time to paint.

  His passion for studies of American History and Science took up every waking hour, inspiring him to pursue his artistic quest.

A prolific researcher, residency program director, and co-founder of the Central Illinois Neuroscience Foundation, Dr. Kattner moved to exhibit in New York City, lives in the Hudson Valley and roam the Midwest and the Canadian Wilds.

His artwork has been exhibited in galleries and retail businesses throughout New York City. For guided tours and further information, contact Debbie Dickinson at edentpr@gmail.comwww.keithkattnerartist.com. Dr. Kattner’s works will be on exhibition in November at the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery.

KEITH KATTNER PRESS:

BELLA MAGAZINE http://bellanyc.com/branas-art-talk-keith-kattner/

WHITEHOT MAGAZINE https://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/keith-kattner-there-back-again/3823

CANVAS AND CRUMPETS https://canvasandcrumpets.com/2017/11/15/keith-kattner-urban-bucolic-salomon-arts-gallery-nyc/

TWELV MAGAZINE https://twelvmag.com/people/interview-artist-keith-kattner

NEW YORK LIFESTYLES http://newyorklifestylesmagazine.com/articles/2017/08/99.html

FASHION MANIAC http://fashionmaniac.com/artist-keith-kattners-artwork/

BARNES & NOBLE ART TALKS with DR. KEITH KATTNER https://we.tl/732UwRuRlF

GOOD  DAY STREET TALK – FOX NEWS http://www.fox5ny.com/public-affairs/270853270-video

BLACK TIE INTERNATIONAL Debbie Dickinson / Dr. Keith Kattner  Photos By: Rose Billings

ABOUT ONE ART SPACE: The 1600-square foot venue is dedicated to the promotion of international and domestic contemporary art, celebrating established figures as well as introducing new artists to enrich the New York’s art community.

Art deserves to be seen. www.OneArtSpace.com / 23 Warren Street / Street level Gallery 1/ New York, NY 10007 / Phone: 347- 386 – 9742 / By Appointment.

                       Our sincere thank you to our Sponsor Vias Wines.

Keith Kattner, Debbie Dickinson, Francisco Oliva of Vias Imports generously support the efforts of the Children’s Museum of the Arts. A portion of the proceeds benefit Children’s Museum of the Arts’ free Community Programs.

Which bring high-quality arts education to vulnerable children throughout New York City. To learn more, visit cmany.org

ABOUT YOUNG ARTIST KOLLECTIVE (YAK PROGRAM) – ABOUT CMA’S YAK PROGRAM: CMA’s Young Artist Kollective program (YAK) provides young artists with free studio space and materials, artistic and technical guidance, art parties, and a chance to learn about professional opportunities across the art world. For Information: Contact edentpr@gmail.com / 917 – 622-8136


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