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  3. Kim Keever's abstract imagery has the air of a particularly thrilling science experiment.
    He drops industrial paint tints into 200-gallon fish tanks, and photographs the result.
    The images in "Across The Volumes" are stormy explosions of color.
    Keever turns the abstract images upside down to give the impression that the paint is bursting upward rather than floating down.
    Before becoming an artist, Keever worked as a thermal engineer on NASA projects.
    There is still something scientific about the meticulous way he approaches his work.
    Floating through the water, the tints take on an ethereal quality.
    At times they appear almost solid, like swaths of silk.
    Or cotton candy.
    The natural properties of the different pigments allow them to move in different ways through water molecules.

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