Former NASA engineer-turned-artist Kim Keever creates abstract underwater art by pouring paint pigments into a 200-gallon tank and photographing the unpredictable reaction. The resulting compositions look like colorful explosions and tornadoes of paint.
Keever explains: “Timing of the shots is crucial and short-lived, as the process of releasing the dyes and pigments quickly transforms into a random event. It is a very freeing process. I can explore color and form like never before.
Even after 20,000 shots, I can’t predict which will be completely successful and only a fraction are printed. But I have accepted the lack of control and embrace the randomness.”